UK: Brexit, sustainability, urban deliveries and shared logistics are among the key issues tabled for discussion at this year’s TCS&D exhibition in Coventry on 13–14 September.
TCS&D’s free seminars will include valuable insight, market trends, details of product innovation and case studies from some of the UK’s most innovative businesses, as well as a chance for delegates to quiz business leaders.
Justin Laney, general manager of central transport at the John Lewis Partnership, will share information on Waitrose’s sustainable approach to temperature controlled transport.
Nick Hay, CEO of Fowler Welch, will explain his views on temperature controlled storage and distribution of the future, giving insight into how the business has reduced its carbon emissions by 10% in the past five years.
Tim Ward, freight and fleet communications and engagement manager for TfL, will explain how the organisation is spearheading urban food logistics.
And Chris Sturman, chief executive of the Food Storage and Distribution Federation, will help delegates understand how Brexit will affect the sector and what can be done to protect their businesses.
Other speakers include Kevin Hancock, Managing Director of Rick Bestwick; Alan White, Managing Director of Fresh Logistics; and Dimitri Zissis, Senior Research Fellow in Supply Chain Modelling at Cranfield University.
The engaging conference programme at the RICOH Arena in Coventry, complements TCS&D 2017 – the UK’s only dedicated cold chain exhibition.
To register for the exhibition or for more information please visit www.tcsdshow.com