Cenex is hosting a free-to-attend networking drinks reception to help UK freight and fleet operators prepare for the challenges clean air zones will bring.
The event will be held on Tuesday 7 February at Nottingham Contemporary, supported by Nottingham Go Ultra Low.
It is open to anyone involved in operating vehicles in and around Nottingham, open to both public and private sector fleets, and will allow local government representatives to discuss the issues with freight companies and local businesses.
“We all know that clean air zones are coming, and this event will provide support and advice on how best to prepare for the changes, and offer opportunities to share best practice and learning,” said Luke Redfern, commercial partnerships manager at Cenex.
The agenda includes a keynote address about clean air zones plans across Nottingham, and a technical talk on real-world emissions by Nick Molden, CEO and founder at Emissions Analytics.
To register for the event, head to nottinghamcleanairzone.eventbrite.co.uk