Public sector and central Government policymakers can understand the transport and travel challenges facing UK business at Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live, which is taking place now.
They can hear first-hand from fleet decision-makers about the initiatives and solutions being implemented to run greener, safer and compliant vehicle operations.
By registering for the event now, they can listen to the sessions live and will get access to previous sessions to watch on demand.
Highlights from the event include:
- National Grid’s fleet manager Lorna McAtear discussing the organisation’s strategy to make its entire fleet of nearly 3,000 vehicles zero emission by 2030
- Auto Windscreen’s group fleet manager Shaun Atton sharing the initiatives he has introduced to improve fleet safety.
- Royal Mail, Centrica, Hitachi and UK Power Networks sharing their learnings from the biggest commercial electric vehicle trial in the world, Optimise Prime.
- Edward Clarke, managing director UK & Nordics road network at FedEx Express UK, looking at efficient ways of moving goods and services around urban environment.
The show also offers the chance to hear from councils about their mobility and zero emission initiatives in the following sessions:
- Mobility strategies in action (November 18, 2.45pm – 3.30pm): John Seddon, head of transport innovation at Coventry City Council, will share how the council is approaching its mobility strategy and how local businesses are interacting with its plans.
- Creating the UK's first zero emission city (November 19, 9.15am-9.45am): Tina Mould and Tom Hayes from Oxford City Council will discuss the city’s plans for a zero emission zone
The event also features a special EV & Hybrid Showroom which brings to life the latest electric models with interactive displays that enable delegates to get up close to the UK’s best fleet suppliers.
Visitors and exhibitors are able to communicate through live chat, participate in live Q&As, ‘visit’ branded booths, and find out about industry-leading technology solutions.
To find out more, visit fleetandmobilitylive.com