Transforming Logistics Through Technology


What will the future look like?

Following the success of last year’s technology conference, the SHD Logistics team delivers another strong programme of speakers to tackle the technology opportunities and issues of the day. The programme is set to include:

  • Wincanton’s W2 Labs – a new programme aimed at challenging start-ups from around the world to develop innovative solutions to logistical challenges
  • How robotics & automation are creating competitive advantage according to logistics pioneers
  • A closer look at award winning projects from companies including Pharmacy 2U
  • Understanding Blockchain and its significance to the global supply chain
  • The new Think Logistics generation which will handle the future we’re creating


Confirmed speakers


  • Marcos Hart, Optimisation and Transformation Director, Wincanton
  • Naila Dad, Head of Pharmacy, Pharmacy2U
  • Beverley Bell, former Senior Traffic Commissioner


To book your place at the early bird rate of £245 + VAT (until 2 March 2018). Please complete the form here:

Full price: £295+VAT


Terms & Conditions of payment: Please note cancellations need to be made in writing. Cancellations made by 20 March 2018 will receive a full refund less a 10% administration charge. After this date no refunds will be made. Non-payment or non-attendance does not constitute cancellation. It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of the organiser to alter the content and timing or location of the event. Delegates cannot enter the event unless payment has been made.

Venue: The British Museum, London
Date:    17 April 2018
Time:   Registration 9.30am
Price:   £295+VAT (early bird rate of £245 + VAT until 2 March 2018)


May 2017 event review: Sharing AV vehicles for a better future?

The event, which took place at BMA House, delivered educational presentations, discussion and networking with industry colleagues at this iconic London venue.

Keynote speaker Andrew Cameron, director at WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, shared a tantalising glimpse of how technology could change the way we approach tomorrow's transport challenges in urban environments. He provided food-for- thought, suggesting the logistics industry “seize the opportunity” these new cities present and become a “sharing industry.

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