12.05.14

Last remaining places for the Microlise Transport Conference – don’t miss out…

With well over 600 delegates already registered for this year’s conference at the Ricoh Arena on Wednesday 14th May, demand for places has been unprecedented.

Bob Harbey, Executive Director at Microlise commented, “Following the success of last year’s conference, we knew the Microlise Transport Conference would grow so we opted for a larger venue. We’ve seen demand for the event soar this year – both from delegates and exhibitors. The conference takes place in the theatre and the Jaguar Hall at the Ricoh Arena, offering delegates the chance to stay ahead of developments in the industry and to speak to relevant exhibitors.”

We only have 20 places left, so if you have not registered time is running out, registration closes at midday on Tuesday so make sure you register now at www.microliseconference.com and don’t miss out.

The conference is a great opportunity to:

Stay informed of industry developments and gauge the opinions of governing bodies
Find out how other fleet operators reduce their operating costs and improve their service levels
Hear about companies that have improved health and safety, reduced accident rates and reduced their impact on the environment
Listen to, and interact with, other industry leading professionals

The conference will once again be chaired by Quentin Willson the UK’s champion of the motorist.

Speakers on the conference agenda include senior industry professionals from respected bodies like the CILT, FTA and DVSA.

Sarah Bell, Traffic Commissioner for West of England will be updating the audience on policy changes.

Transport for London will be discussing the importance of the FORS initiative.

Companies such as Downtons Transport and Hewden Plant Hire will be sharing their experiences on running efficient operations.

DHL, NFT and Maritime will be offering you their views on health and safety and a variety of other topics.

We are also delighted to announce that our guest speaker this year will be Captain Tony Harris. A truly inspirational ambassador of Help4Heroes, Tony will share his experiences in Sangin, Afghanistan and the amazing achievements during the extreme challenge that is the Dakar Rally. View the latest agenda.

There will also be networking opportunities in the expo hall where you can meet the speakers, mix with your peers from other organisations, talk to exhibitors, take in the displays and enjoy lunch.

For more information about the Microlise Transport Conference 2014 or to register to attend this free event, visit the Conference Website

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