Day 1 - Tuesday 18 June 2019
Seminar places can be booked when registering to attend Multimodal 2019. Register free here.
Seats are available on a first come first served basis so please be prompt!
Awdry Room - 10.30 - 11.30
Disruption in the logistics industry
Why is the logistics industry vulnerable to disruption?
Who are the disruptors?
What will the future look like?
Keynote Speaker: John Manners Bell, Chief Executive Officer, Transport Intelligence
Awdry Room - 12.00 – 13.00
Here to help – weathering the perfect storm.
Companies capable of adapting their working practices to the needs of the modern commercial landscape will benefit from a wealth of opportunities.
But the current and future logistics landscape is one that will be negotiated successfully only by companies able to recognise that opportunity, embrace innovation and adapt to operate in an unpredictable world.
Major associations from across the supply chain will share a platform to discuss challenges and opportunities with a focus on how we can work better together.
Chair: Peter Ward, Chief Executive Officer, United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA)
Speakers: David Wells, Chief Executive Officer, Freight Transport Association (FTA)
Maggie Simpson, Director General, Rail Freight Group
Duncan Buchanan, Policy Director - England and Wales, Road Haulage Association
Awdry Room - 14.00 - 15.00
Transforming Northern Freight Flows - the route to improving freight transport in the North?
Manufacturers in the Liverpool/Humber Axis are working with transport suppliers and logistics companies to examine new ways of reducing costs and emissions.
The project is a consortium of a number of transport companies and other bodies including P&O, GB Railfreight, DB Cargo, Nestle, Kraft Heinz, the Universities of Hull and Lancaster, ABP, Peel Ports, Oxford Rail Strategies and others.
Using real time flows of actual freight movements, the group is examining the current logistics requirements of producers on the Liverpool/Humber axis, who at present are largely served by north/south movements and looking into ways in which these same requirements could be met by a greater emphasis on east/west movements.
Chair: Dr Adele-Louise Carter, LHOFT Project Manager & Consultant, P&O Ferries
Speakers: Stephen Weaver, Head of New Business Development, P&O Ferries & Chair, LHOFT
Karla Jakeman, Innovation lead - Connected Transport, Innovate UK
John Holwell, Transport Consultant, Oxford Rail Strategies
Lisa Featherstone, Company Executive Manager, J. Long & Sons (Haulage) Limited
Professor Amar Ramudhin, Professor and Director, The Logistics Institute, University of Hull
Dunlop Room 14.00 - 15.00
The Labour Crisis
The freight industry is facing an unprecedented labour crunch, with the growth of e-commerce, the impact of Brexit, and a poor industry image to contend with. Our panel looks at solutions
Chair: Ian Nicol, Head of Logistics, Career Ready UK
Leigh Anderson, Managing Director, Bis Henderson Recruitment
Sally Gilson, Head of Skills, Freight Transport Association
Beth O'Neill, Business Development Director, UKI&MLEMEA, DHL LLP
Other speakers tbc
14.00 - 15.00 - United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) Surgery
The UK Warehouse Association represents the logistic sector, full members include warehousing and logistics providers as well as manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers. CEO Peter Ward will be available to discuss your challenges and opportunities.
Topic: Opportunities for Success in the new digital world
Hosted by: Peter Ward, Chief Executive Officer, UKWA
14.00 - 15.00 - Transport Intelligence Workshop
Transport Intelligence is the leading provider of market research solutions to the global logistics industry. CEO John Manners-Bell will be available to discuss your challenges and opportunities.
Hosted by: John Manners-Bell, Chief Executive Officer, Transport Intelligence
Awdry Room - 15.30 – 16.30
The Power of disruption
Keynote speech: Jeremy Nixon,Chief Executive Officer, Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd.
Followed by a panel discussion and Q and A session
What can we learn from each other and what will the future look like?
Hosted by: Julian Pryke
Whilst the organisers do everything to maintain the content and timing of the programme, it may be subject to change without notice.