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Sustainable last mile takes centre stage at SHD Logistics Conference in May 2020

The SHD Logistics Conference, taking place on 19 May 2020 at London's British Museum, is themed Transforming Logistics Through Technology.

The SHD Logistics Conference, taking place on 19 May 2020 at London's British Museum, is themed Transforming Logistics Through Technology. A sustainable last mile and disruptive warehouse technology will be at the centre of this year's debate.

Speakers include:

Richa Sahay • Community Curator, Automotive, Supply Chain Transport and Emerging Markets • World Economic Forum

In Richa's keynote address, learn how drones, droids and camera-based object tracking can help your organisation reduce urban last-mile delivery emissions and costs.

Sandra Roling • Head of EV100 • The Climate Group

Bringing together major companies to accelerate the adoption of electric transport by 2030, Sandra will explore how to work with providers for a climate-compatible last-mile delivery.

Santiago Navarro • CEO • Garçon Wines

Garcon Wines is globally recognised for its eco-friendly packaging initiatives. In this session, Santiago will demonstrate how its game-changing transit packaging is reducing costs while protecting the environment.

Robin Woodbridge • Head of Capital Deployment • Prologis

How is logistics property adapting to meet the needs of changing consumer habits? In this session, Robin explores how to combine data and technology to provide cleaner, greener spaces which benefit both businesses and local communities.

Others speakers include: Paul Whyte, managing director, Best Food Logistics; Justin Atkin, Port Representative, UK & Ireland, Antwerp Port Authority and Pierson Broome, director, Retail Advisory Global Hitachi Vantara.

Date: Tuesday 19 May 2020
Venue: The British Museum
Price: £245 + VAT (Early Bird rate available until April 2020 - normally £295 + VAT)

Secure your place here.

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