Diary Date: CILT Mobility & Supply Chain Summit – 27 Feb

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The Mobility and Supply Chain Summit is taking place on the 27th of February, 2024 in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin.

Are you interested in staying up-to-date with the latest innovations and trends in road passenger transport and freight logistics? Look no further than the upcoming CILT Mobility & Supply Chain Summit!

Feedback from the inaugural CILT Mobility & Supply Chain Summit which took place in March of this year was overwhelmingly positive with Marcus Mallon, Senior Operations Manager, Amazon, quoted as saying, “The CILT Summit’s packed agenda contained high profile speakers from academia, industry, Revenue and government. The informative presentations, coupled with a plethora of fireside chats with subject matter experts, facilitated plenty of insightful takeaways and healthy debate.

Over the course of the day, you’ll have the opportunity to network with industry professionals, attend informative sessions, and hear from leading experts in the field. Our diverse range of topics include everything from technological advancements in vehicle design, sustainability initiatives, the future of public transportation, digitalisation and data management.

The urban public transport side of the Summit will cover several important topics that are currently impacting industry. One area of discussion will be the electrification of public transport, which is seen as a promising solution to reduce emissions and improve air quality in cities. Another topic delegates can expect a deep dive in is the issue of skills shortages. Potential barriers to the widespread adoption of electrified public transport will also be addressed.

Alternative fuels will also be discussed within the conference, with workshops delving into automation, new technologies within industry and covering insights on artificial intelligence and its impacts on the sector.

Overall, the CILT Mobility & Supply Chain Summit will provide valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities facing the transport and logistics sector and highlight the need for collaboration and innovation to tackle these issues.

Guest Speakers:

Minister of State for the Department of Transport Jack Chambers will address delegates, with Anne Graham, CEO of the National Transport Authority presenting the NTA’s strategic plans for public transport.
Douglas Kent, Executive VP for the Association for Supply Chain Management will delve into the “Triple Bottom Line – People, Planet, Prosperity, Sustainability, Circularity and Climate.”