general manager- Central Transport, John Lewis Partnership
Justin Laney manages the John Lewis Partnership (JLP) fleet of 3000 commercial vehicles and 1500 cars. One of the main priorities is reducing emissions, both carbon emissions and those affecting air quality, in a fleet already recognised for its environmental credentials. Areas of focus are using bio-methane in place of diesel in heavy trucks, high capacity vehicles, aerodynamics, and other methods based on good science and rigorous testing.
Justin’s career started with London Transport (Buses), having obtained a BEng at Liverpool University. He also worked at UPS for 20 years, managing fleets in EMEA as well as the UK
This session will examine the different types of alternative fuels on the market today and which type of operations they are best suited to, as well as exploring available funding sources to tap into for up-front investment…