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Taking place on 7 September, at the British Motor Museum in Warwick, this is a must attend event for fleet, transport and engineering professionals.
Delegates will hear about key industry topics from a range of speakers, including a Traffic Commissioner who will be presenting his experiences of failings in maintenance and the DVSA who will be delving into modern fleet management and changes to MOT testing.
There will also be the opportunity to take part in Q&A sessions and network with other like-minded professionals within the industry, as well as exhibitors attending the conference.
Trailer maintenance – what’s changed and how to keep them safely maintained
This session will provide delegates with an overview of developing technologies and discuss what needs to be put in place to maintain them. In addition, it will look to explain how the industry’s maintenance regime compares to manufacturer’s expectations.
Trucks - hear from the manufacturers
This session will cover the potential changes that we are likely to see in vehicle design over the next decade and the impact of these changes on the workshop. Questions will put to the manufacturers.
With alternative fuelled vehicles becoming the norm, this session shall look at what considerations need to be given to staff and facilities for their preparation.
Zero emissions – delivering the future for heavy haulage
With the UK hosting COP 26 this year, the government is wanting to be bold in its approach to cleaner air which will inevitably lead to a quicker migration to zero emissions. But unlike cars, electrification of the entire HGV fleet is more challenging and this session will outline some alternative fuel options.
In this session, developments in maintenance systems will be covered that are aligned at keeping modern vehicles safe to use on our roads.
For more information on the conference programme, visit logistics.org.uk/events/currently-live/events-fleet-engineer/conference-programme
For more information on the Fleet Engineer Conference, please visit logistics.org.uk/fleet-engineer
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