Registrations are now open for this year’s free-to-attend Freight in the City Expo on 7 November at Alexandra Palace, London.
Now in its third year, the expo provides a collaborative forum for urban logistics decision-makers from the public and private sector to debate the key challenges and latest innovation to promote quiet, safe and clean city deliveries.
This is complemented by an exhibition hall packed with the latest urban delivery vehicles, technology and services to help city fleet operators keep compliant with air quality, noise and safety requirements.
We are also excited to announce that this year’s event will host the annual LoCity conference, which will highlight work taking place within the TfL-supported programme to help freight operators make the switch to alternative fuels.
Up to 1,000 visitors are expected to head along to the north London event this autumn, keen to hear from our top line-up of speakers and network with industry peers from cities across the UK and overseas.
The packed seminar line-up will cover topics including:
- Virtual loading bays for urban areas
- Delivery-as-a-service concept for the last mile
- DfT’s Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trial
- The ‘ultimate city delivery truck’ interactive debate
- Counter-terrorism advice for fleets
- Connected and autonomous technology
- Air quality, emissions and clean air zones
Freight in the City urban editor Hayley Pink said: “As city populations expand, then so too do the challenges of congested streets, poor air quality and noise pollution.
“Collaboration is the key ingredient to finding smarter ways of transporting goods into urban areas, and Freight in the City provides the ideal platform for local authorities and the logistics sector to start the dialogue needed to make a change.”
Make sure to secure your free place at this must-attend event and keep up-to-date with the latest urban logistics news by registering today!