Sponsors and Partners – Freight in the City Expo

Seminar Sponsors


Stand: A12/A14
CLOCS-MASTER-LogoCLOCS is an industry led initiative aiming to achieve a visionary change in the way work related road risk is managed across the UK.  Construction vehicles are overrepresented in vulnerable road user fatal accident statistics and CLOCS aims to address this by improving vehicle safety through design and manufacturing; addressing the imbalance between on-site health and safety and work related road safety; and encouraging wider adoption of best practice through a single common national standard.


FORS – Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme

Stand: A12/14
FORSFORS is an accreditation scheme aiming to improve fleet operations across the UK. Open to any company operating fleets including vans, lorries, mini-buses and coaches, FORS aims to recognise and reward excellence through bronze, silver and gold levels of accreditation; raise standards by offering the information and tools to aid best practice; and help businesses stand out from the crowd and improve their competitive advantage.


Route Monkey

Stand: E16
RM dpiRoute Monkey is a global leader in mobility solutions providing complex algorithms for scheduling and optimisation of assets in a wide range of sectors including fleets, logistics, energy, and ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
Route Monkey has gained international recognition for technical innovation and is market leader in the provision of algorithms for optimising ULEVs, energy management and Intelligent Mobility.
Based in Livingston, Scotland, with offices in Gateshead, London, Hong Kong and Australia; the company works globally with governments, agencies and a growing list of blue chip clients. To remain innovative, it works closely with academic partners such as Heriot Watt University and develops products according to industry demand.
The technology can integrate in a number of ways including; inside end-user software applications, in the cloud, as a service or embedded into your own technology and is affordable and self-funding; the investment required being much less than the savings generated.


Associate Partners


ECO Stars Fleet Recognition Scheme

Stand: B11

ECO Stars is a fleet recognition scheme that encourages and helps operators of HGVs, buses, coaches, vans and taxis to run fleets in the most efficient and green way.
The scheme provides recognition for best operational practices, and guidance for making improvements. The ultimate aim is to reduce fuel consumption which naturally leads to fewer vehicle emissions and has the added benefit of saving money.
Since the first scheme launched in South Yorkshire six years ago, ECO Stars has grown to more than 20 schemes throughout the UK, with more in the pipeline. Membership is free to all operators, regardless of size.
ECO Stars is delighted to be supporting Freight in the City – an event which shares many of our values and ambitions for cleaner and more efficient fleet operations.



Freight Transport Association

Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

Stand: J12


The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

The LowCVP which was established in 2003, is a public-private partnership working to accelerate a sustainable shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and create opportunities for UK business. Around 200 organisations are engaged from diverse backgrounds including automotive and fuel supply chains, vehicle users, academics, environment groups and others. The LowCVP plays a key role in helping Government to deliver its low carbon transport strategy across all sectors. The objective of the strategy is to ensure that the UK takes a leading role in the global shift towards low carbon transport. LowCVP members have the opportunity to:

  • Connect by gaining privileged access to information, you’ll gain insight into low carbon vehicle policy development and into the policy process.
  • Collaborate and benefit from many opportunities to work – and network – with key UK and EU government, industry, NGO and other stakeholders
  • Influence by initiating proposals and helping to shape future low carbon vehicle policy, programmes and regulations



Noise Abatement Society

SRF- The Centre For Sustainable Road Freight

Transport & Travel Research Ltd