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November 2017
4th International Workshop on Sustainable Road Freight Transport
Start Date:30/11/2017 09:00:00
End Date:01/12/2017 17:00:00
Event Code:ABC0555
Venue:TBC, , ,
Description:

 

4th International Workshop on Sustainable Road Freight Transport  
30 November – 01 December 2017
Cambridge, UK

The workshop will focus on the progress towards low carbon freight transport and building links between academic research and practice with an aim to deliver world-class solutions to address the sustainable freight challenge. On day two, we will explore international aspects of decarbonising the sector and factors that may affect the uptake of sustainable freight transport initiatives in various parts of the world. All participants will be invited to participate in group & panel discussions.

We are delighted that the following have agreed to deliver keynote addresses at the workshop:

  • Cécile Bray, Geodis
  • Tim Breemersch, Transport & Mobility Leuven
  • Carlos Calvo Ambel, Transport & Environment
  • Pierpaolo Cazzola, International Energy Agency
  • Andy Eastlake, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
  • Sudhir Gota, Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport
  • Professor Jan Havenga, University of Stellenbosch
  • Gavin Hill, Transport Certification Australia
  • Sophie Punte, Smart Freight Centre
  • Philip Roe FCILT, DHL Supply Chain
  • Tanya Strevens, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
  • Professor Gordon Wilmsmeier, University de los Andes
  • Professor John Woodrooffe, University of Michigan

To book places, please use our online registration form - Registration Form  

 
Venue Details: University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1PZ


We invite presentations and posters on ways to improve the sustainability of road freight transport, including, but not limited to:

  • Vehicle, logistics and infrastructure solutions to decarbonise road freight transport
  • Alternative fuels for road freight transport
  • International perspectives and local green freight initiatives
  • Roadmaps to reduce GHG emissions from freight transport
  • Corporate GHG reduction targets, environmental policy design and execution
  • Role of data and ITC in sustainable freight transport systems

Abstracts of max 1000 words should be submitted by 15th September 2017. Notifications of acceptance for presentations will be sent out by 25 September 2017. The deadline for poster submissions is 01  November 2017.

Please submit an abstract or a poster by sending it to: M.Piecyk@westminster.ac.uk.

For further information and booking details click here

Event Code: ABC0555

December 2017
10th Advanced Conference on Customs Compliance held in Partnership with HMRC
Start Date:05/12/2017 09:00:00
End Date:06/12/2017 17:00:00
Event Code:NW0457
Venue:TBC, , ,
Description:

When: 5th - 6th December

What does the future hold for UK customs? What will happen to the Free Trade Agreements currently in place as part of the EU? Will duties need to be paid when trading with the EU? How can companies ensure they are paying the correct customs duties while making the most of duty relief programme? 

These are the questions that customs professionals ask themselves on a regular basis. Join C5’s 10th Advanced Forum on Customs Compliance held in Partnership with HMRC find out the answers to your most pressing customs challenges. The premier customs event in the UK, this conference brings together local government as well as the most sought after and seasoned customs professionals to discuss the most relevant issues facing companies now.

 Book your place today and quote D15-999-CILT18 and save 15%! -

Speakers: 

Bill Williamson, Director of Customs, HMRC* 

Andrew Grainer, Professor, University of Nottingham 

Dan Warren, Global Head of Customs Duties, GlaxoSmithKline 

Steve Parker, Customs Europe, DHL 

Cheryl Astley, Customs & Excise Manager, Sainsbury’s* 

Susan Morley, Director, Morley Consulting 

Stewart Jeacocke, Customs Lead, IBM 

 Lesley Batchelor, Director General, Institute of Export and International Trade 

 Lars Hjelm, Partner, Akin Gump 

 Jasper Helder, Partner, Akin Gump 

 Tim Cornell, Cornell Customs Consultancy* 

 Katie Doherty, Policy Director, International Meat Trade Association 

 Charlie Milligan, Director, Sea Avia Forwarding Ltd 

 Nicola Haynes, Group Indirect Tax Manager, Next Retail 

 Kristian Hitchinson, Customs Manager, Constantine 

 *subject to confirmation 

Plus: Don’t miss out on the Customs Café. Tailor your conference experience to meet your companies needs by choosing from a variety of topics to discuss in-depth within a small group led by experts on that subject matter.

 
January 2018
Transport-Led Development in London and the South East
Start Date:16/01/2018 09:00:00
End Date:16/01/2018 17:00:00
Event Code:NW0469
Venue:Pinsent Masons, London, , London,
Description:

  

When: Tuesday 16th January 2018

Where: Pinsent Masons, Central London

Discount Code: 340CILT (10% discount). Visit our website for more information.


Description:
Capitalising on opportunities for improved connectivity, unlocking growth and delivering densification in Greater London


Benefits of attending include:

  • Receive the latest updates from TfL on the priorities for investment across London and how they intend to deliver key projects
  • Hear the current action plans for transport, growth and regeneration in London
  • Receive forecasts on how new technology will transform the development landscape and how this will impact commuter trends
  • Find out what development opportunities are being created by the delivery of new transport schemes
  • Benefit from a developer perspective on the achieved benefits of Crossrail, the use of land value capture and what this means for future transport infrastructure delivery.

Take a look at the programme here.

Further Information:


Key transport development leaders will be providing project updates and outlining forward plans to increase connectivity and promote growth across Greater London. You will also discover key areas available for development, as well as new strategies to successfully execute the delivery of new transport-led infrastructure.

How to register: Call 0207 067 1597, email us or register online.

 

How and Why Supply Chain Leaders should Champion Customer Centricity Initiatives
Start Date:16/01/2018 09:15:00
End Date:16/01/2018 13:00:00
Event Code:COR0352
Venue:Oracle Corporation, , London,
Description:


When:
Tuesday 16th January 2017, 09:00 (for 09:15) - 13:00
Where: Oracle Corporation, 1 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB

How customer centric is your supply chain?

The increasing sophistication of the customer is one of the mega-trends of recent years, with service becoming as much a competitive differentiator as cost. But many supply chains have failed to recognize this paradigm, remaining internally “process-centric” and with scant regard for the end customer. The reality is that maximizing “the right experience” for the customer requires product offerings and their supporting supply chains to be integrated and indistinguishable. This has already been recognized by those leading companies who have already transformed their supply chains into customer-centric supply chains, such as Cisco, Starbucks and NCR.

What is supply chain journey mapping?

Supply Chain journey mapping is a human-centred design methodology that allows you to look at your supply chain from your customers’ perspective, and is equally applicable whether you operate in a B2B or B2C environment. The objective is to deliver better customer experience to improve retention and profitability.

This interactive workshop will include:
• Hands-on experience of mapping customer journeys through the supply chain.
• Use of journey maps to diagnose customer experience issues and identify opportunities within the supply chain to become more customer-centric.
• Designing supply chain experiences that meet your customer’s expectations and deliver business value
What participants will learn:

Powerful, practical tools for creating customer-centred Supply Chain strategies, and tips for introducing supply chain journey mapping into your organisation for immediate action.

By the end of the day you will have identified innovative ways to improve the customers’ experience by incorporating and combining the people, process and technological resources that can drive new attitudes and behaviours within the supply chain to deliver superior results.

 

Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided.

Book online or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: COR0352

Please note the delegate list for this event will be vetted by the host, Oracle, whose prerogative it is to accept or decline, without reason, a delegate’s attendance.

4IR The Hype and the Reality
Start Date:24/01/2018 09:15:00
End Date:24/01/2018 11:30:00
Event Code:COR0351
Venue:Oracle Corporation, , London,
Description:

When: 24 January 2018, 09:00 (for 09:15) - 11:30
Where: Oracle Corporation, 1 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB  

Fourth Industrial revolution (4IR) and the impact on the logistics, transportation and travel sector

Please join us and your peers to discuss what may be the most significant business transformation to face any of us in our working life. Let us come together to challenge 4IR, discuss the reality, the opportunities and risks, along with the impact on the wider supply chain, operations, asset utilisation and management, and specifically focusing on logistics, transport and travel providers. There is plenty of hype, let us talk about the reality?

The Hype:-
“The Fourth industrial revolution could leave UK behind” The Independent

“If we get this approach right then the UK can expect to be at the forefront of this global industrial wave. Get it wrong, however, and the UK will be left trailing in its wake.” Chief economist Lee Hopley

The Reality:
- The prizes in terms of bottom and top line appear massive, are they achievable?
- Customer experience is seen as the main driver of 4IR, what does this mean?
- Is it only for manufacturers or how will it impact the whole supple chain?
- If the dream is to push almost limitless choice towards the customer how will logistics, transportation and travel providers improve efficiency and asset utilisation whilst delivering such a limitless service?
- Is it just some new tech with Internet of Things, Cloud, Adaptive Intelligence, Robotics or a complete business and market transformation?

Please join us and your peers on the 7th November at our exclusive roundtable to discuss the potential impact, opportunity and risk of 4IR on the Supply Chain and to see some of the technology at work.

 

Please note the delegate list for this event will be vetted by the host, Oracle, whose prerogative it is to accept or decline, without reason, a delegate’s attendance.

Book online or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: COR0351

Attracting Third Party Investment into the UK Rail Sector
Start Date:31/01/2018 09:00:00
End Date:31/01/2018 17:00:00
Event Code:NW0471
Venue:Dentons, London, , ,
Description:

 

When: Wednesday 31 January 2018

Where: Dentons, London


Discount Code: 343CILT (10% discount)

Description: Increasing confidence and contestability in the market, whilst reducing costs

Benefits of attending include:

  • Hear from Network Rail on how they are removing the barriers that prohibit third party investment
  • Gain an understanding of pipelines and what opportunities there are for third party investment in the UK rail sector
  • Learn from those who have already participated in private equity investment
  • Hear case studies from SPV’s on what investment model they have used and how it has worked with their project

Take a look at the programme here.

Further Information:


There has been a shift in attitude towards third party investment in the rail sector since the release of the Hansford Review and Network Rail’s ‘open for business’ response. This timely conference responds to the growing interest in attracting external investment in to the UK’s rail sector. With financiers stating there is no shortage of capital to invest in UK infrastructure, the day will look at Network Rail and Government appetite for external investment, as well as the new approaches and structures they are introducing to garner private finance in to the industry. Sessions also consider potential delivery models, insight from pathfinder schemes already underway and opportunities for additional investment into current and future projects.

Visit website for more information.

How to register: Call 0207 067 1597, email us or register online.

 

February 2018
Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Forum
Start Date:07/02/2018 09:00:00
End Date:08/02/2018 17:00:00
Event Code:NW0468
Venue:ETC Venues St Paul's, , London, London
Description:

 

When: Wednesday 7th February - Thursday 8th February 2018

Where: etc.venues - St Paul's, London

Discount Code: 341CILT (10% discount) Visit website for more information.

Description: A practical guide to gaining a DCO and NSIP delivery: successfully completing pre-application, examination and DCO implementation

Benefits of attending include:

  • Benefit from the latest insight from those that have completed the process to help you compile your application, prepare for examination and implement your DCO
  • Learn how to move your project towards construction following DCO approval as quickly as possible
  • Receive step-by-step expert guidance on all the requirements you need to meet to help you successfully create an application
  • Explore how to achieve a balance of flexibility and detail when drafting your DCO
  • Meet and learn from over 200 project promoters, local authorities, statutory consultees and planning professionals

 Take a look at the programme here.

Further Information:

The NSIP Forum is the only event to provide you with a complete guide on not only how to successfully apply for a development consent order, but also how to move your project towards construction and operation. Attend to benefit from the latest expert insight, from those with first-hand experience of NSIP planning, for you to take away and apply to your own project development and delivery. Bringing together over 200 project promoters, local authorities, statutory consultees and planning professionals across 2 separately bookable days, the Forum is a must-attend for all involved in major infrastructure planning.

 

How to register: Call 0207 067 1597, email us or register online.

 

 

Defence Supply Chain & Logistics
Start Date:27/02/2018 09:00:00
End Date:01/03/2018 17:00:00
Event Code:NW0467
Venue:TBC, , ,
Description:

When: 27 February - 1 March 2018

Where: London, UK

Prediction, transformation, & delivery - Revolutionising the defence supply chain.

Now is the time to transform the defence supply chain. Future missions - across multiple domains - will depend on the ability of logisticians to accurately predict demand, as a means to support the accelerated supply and sustainment of deployed forces. In doing so, they will depend not only on a suite of advanced SCM technologies, but on a proactive approach to internal training, which can support the delivery of process excellence for the supply chain operators of tomorrow. 

Join us in London next February for Defence Supply Chain and Logistics 2018. Co-located with Defence IQ’s Military Engineering summit, and part of the inaugural Combat Support Week, the forum will provide a never-before-seen opportunity to revolutionise your support chain end-to-end. By joining, you will benefit from a joint networking space, a cross-service audience and a series of senior joint-plenary sessions, highlighting opportunities for logisticians and engineers to deliver collaborative mission support.

To view the agenda, simply click here, or for registration click here.

 


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