Fleet engineer conference set for June

Gaydon, UK: Logistics UK’s Fleet Engineer conference takes place the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire on 22 June 2023.

The one-day conference is sponsored by Gray & Adams, and includes insight from manufacturers, industry leaders and government. Sessions will include presentations from traffic commissioner Kevin Rooney, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, and the Health and Safety Executive.

Phil Lloyd, head of engineering policy, Logistics UK, will be chairing the conference. “Keeping up to date with developments in modern vehicle technology is becoming increasingly challenging for commercial vehicle engineers – and there is more to come as technology continues to advance at a rapid rate,” he said.

“ Logistics UK’s Fleet Engineer conference is designed to provide operators, and their maintenance providers, with all the information they need to keep modern fleets compliant, as well as sharing insight into future developments in vehicle design. The event is a must-attend for anyone with responsibility for specifying commercial vehicles, ensuring roadworthiness, compliance and/or maintaining vehicles.” 

Sessions will include:

  • vehicle safety in an autonomous world
  • maintenance – a Traffic Commissioner’s view
  • developments in brakes, steering and suspension aligned to ADAS and autonomy
  • the art of braking 
  • miantaining in-service standards
  • maintaining traction 
  • who’s accountable when it all goes wrong
  • maintaining compliance – DVSA view

To book places, priced at £290 plus VAT for Logistics UK members, see: https://logistics.org.uk/fleet-engineer.