We may have exited Europe but according to Tim Campbell, a seasoned consultant to the light and heavy commercial vehicle sector, we will still be inextricably linked to our EU and global neighbours.
Tim, who has over 35 years’ of global experience across the sector, will provide an overview of the main players and markets that are most likely to impact on the UK, when he speaks at the upcoming Microlise Transport Conference, taking place on the 20thMay at The Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
He will share his thoughts on how external factors will impact on the vans and trucks of tomorrow, particularly when it comes to future progress in areas such as decarbonisation, electrification and autonomous vehicles.
“I’m looking forward to engaging with delegates and providing a detailed view of the future in terms of how the UK can engage across borders as we work to make a more connected and automated mobile future a reality,” commented Campbell.
“The next decade will see major change and a level of technological disruption that will materially impact the UK transport sector. I look forward to sharing how we might best navigate these sectoral shifts at the conference.”
The Microlise Transport Conference is a free-to-attend one-day conference that has grown over recent years, to become the largest event of its kind in Europe. It offers unrivalled access to industry leaders and experts, covering the key issues of today and tomorrow, along with four workshop programmes and an exhibition area featuring innovative industry organisations, bodies and suppliers.
“The Microlise Transport Conference has been a key date in the industry calendar for a number of years and we’re looking forward to delivering another fantastic programme at the 2020 event,” commented Nadeem Raza, Chief Executive Officer at Microlise. “Tim will discuss a key issue and help delegates to understand the seismic changes we can expect in the next decade or so and we are delighted to have him on board.”
Registration for the Microlise Transport Conference is open, with details available at www.microliseconference.com.
The event will take place on the 20th of May at the centrally located Ricoh Arena in Coventry, one of the UK’s premier conference and events venues.