ITT HUB 10-11 May
Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre
ITT Hub returns to the Farnborough International centre in May, combining innovation and technology to help fleets on their journey to net zero.
Transport technology event ITT Hub will take place on May 10-11 at Farnborough International. The show, which will include a Future Logistics Conference, will host a range of vehicle manufacturers, technology and service providers, across the transport and distribution sector.
Alongside the vehicle and technology exhibitors, such as Ford, Maxus and Geotab, there will be a dedicated Cold Chain Hub, with leading conversions specialists like Paneltex, Hulsteins, Marshall Fleet Solutions, Petit Forestier and Carrier Transicold.
The ITT Hub exhibition will once again host an Energy Theatre, hosted by National Grid, with a range of speakers. There will also be a series of Tech Talk Theatres, around the show, to provide sector-specific platforms for speakers. This will range from ‘how tos’ to expert Q&A sessions, panel discussions and round tables. The EV Café Village will return too, hosting chats and seminars on all things EV and low emission transport.
ITT Connect is a new programme that will allow visitors to pre-schedule meetings with new and existing business contacts, so that they can maximise their day at the event. There is a dedicated meetings lounge available, or gatherings can be held on exhibitor stands.
Future Logistics Conference
Logistics UK will hold its Future Logistics Conference at ITT Hub again this year. The keynote speech on day one will be presented by theoretical physicist and broadcaster Professor Jim Al-Khalili, who will discuss how discoveries in global communication, energy generation, battery technology, computer science and artificial intelligence will impact the world of transportation and logistics in the next decade and beyond.
Logistics UK expects to welcome Jesse Norman MP, Minister of State for Decarbonisation and Technology as the keynote speaker on the second day of the conference. Other speakers will include Tim Campbell, managing director of Campbells Consultancy, who will deliver a session on Building Your Decarbonisation Strategy For Vans.
Logistics UK will also launch its latest EV report at ITT Hub, providing an up to date picture of fleet operator experience in the move to electrification. Presented by deputy director of policy Michelle Gardner, the EV report will examine issues such as securing depot electricity supply, managing and using EV charging infrastructure and electric vehicle acquisition.
Farnborough International is 15 minutes from the M3 motorway and 35 minutes from London by train. Entry to the event is free and there is plenty of on-site parking for those driving to the show.