Innovation and Technology in Transport show set for next month

Farnborough, UK: The first Innovation and Technology in Transport Hub event, which also hosts Logistics UK’s Future Logistics Conference, takes place on 30 June 2021 and 1 July at Farnborough International  Exhibition and Conference Centre.

The event will show the latest developments in road and passenger transport, while the Future Logistics Conference will provide an opportunity to debate the influences which will shape future logistics.
Elizabeth de Jong, policy director, Logistics UK said: “Logistics and transport are at the heart of the nation’s economy and it is vital that our industry thrives if UK PLC is to succeed in its recovery from the effects of the pandemic. 

“Conversations and debates taking place at Future Logistics Conference will help to set the agenda for the future of our sector and ensure that the UK’s logistics industry is ready for any challenges ahead. With a packed programme of expert speakers, the Future Logistics Conference promises to be an unmissable event.”
Panel sessions at the conference will include HGVs – future vehicles and future fuels; The power of data in transport and Logistics; Attracting, developing, and retaining talent in the transport and logistics sector; Which business models will succeed in the future for logistics and transport; and Public sector support: what help does industry need from government to achieve net zero?
As well as  an extensive exhibition  featuring the latest developments in logistics and passenger transport, ITT Hub will also provide an outdoor vehicle display area and  a  unique  series of “ride and drive” experiences, to give attendees the chance to try the very latest in vehicle technology for themselves.


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