Cleaner fuels, safer fleets, skills shortages and Brexit challenges all on the agenda on day two of the CM Show 2020

Day two of the Commercial Motor Show 2020 brings you a buzzing conference programme exploring alternative fuels, fleet safety, skills shortages and Brexit implications.

In the opening ‘Road to Zero’ session, you’ll hear from leading fleet operators at John Lewis Partnership, DPD and Hermes about the steps they took introducing biofuels, electric and natural gas vehicles to their businesses.

And through exciting ‘live chat’ technology, you’ll also be able to take an active part in the discussion by asking key questions to be debated in a lively Q&A at the end.

In the afternoon, Breakout Session 1 will focus on the theme of ‘Staying Compliant’. This brings together policy-makers at Transport for London and the DVSA, alongside leading safety experts from Brigade Electronics and DAF Trucks to talk all things Direct Vision Standard and Earned Recognition.

Breakout Session 2, meanwhile, will help operators struggling to recruit and retain skilled employees for their workforce, particularly during the challenging Covid-10 pandemic and with a looming Brexit on the horizon. Speakers from the RHA, Unite, XPO Logistics and many more will bring these issues to life and be keen to hear your thoughts on each topic as the session takes shape.

You’ll also learn more about the legal implications for transporting goods once the UK leaves the EU, with transport law firm Backhouse Jones on hand providing expert guidance.

Check out the full conference programme, explore the exhibition hall line-up and grab yourself a free ticket today!

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