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Transport, Logistics and Infrastructure Forum – Nottinghamshire

14 September, 2016, 8:00 am - 9:30 am

The Transport & Logistics Forum aims to address specific issues in the sector around the movement of goods, people and services, also around capital investments in the regional infrastructure developments, improving links to ports and airports, the impact of new strategic rail freight interchanges and technologies used to reduce operating costs.

The forum is kindly hosted by Microlise Limited who are a privately owned business operating for over thirty years. Microlise helps their customers to reduce their costs and the environmental impact of their fleet operations by maximising utilisation, increasing efficiency, and improving economy and safety. In the past year, Microlise solutions have empowered their customers to save over £172m in fuel costs and reduce CO2 emissions by over 333,000 metric tonnes – equivalent to the output of 135,000 family cars.


  • The role of telematics in the sector and details of the Road to Logistics initiative – Microlise
  • ENSCITE PHASE 2 Overview – providing a package of business support activities aimed at local small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Transport Equipment Manufacturing (TEM) supply chains in order to facilitate growth, improve competitiveness & create jobs
  • What impact will the EU Referendum Leave vote have on the sector and what practical steps can be taken to mitigate any potential issues.


14 September, 2016
8:00 am - 9:30 am


East Midlands Chamber


Farrington Way, Eastwood Nottinghamshire NG16 3AG United Kingdom + Google Map


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