Transport for London
Transport for London (TfL) are responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Capital’s public transport network, managing London’s main roads and planning and building new infrastructure.
London’s population is growing and is forecast to reach 10 million by 2031. This will mean higher demand for goods and services. Freight deliveries are vital to London’s sustained economic growth and around 90 per cent of all freight moves by road in London. Our team within TfL works to ensure the logistics industry can sustainably serve London’s growing economy and population with the right vehicles, delivering in a safe, clean and efficient way, driven by the safest drivers.
We have a series of programmes that can help reduce congestion, improve air quality and road safety, and create better trading environments.
Visit us at stand W20 to find out more.
Cartwright is an independent family-run business with a pedigree of successful manufacturing over 64 years. Based in Altrincham, the company operates a 40 acre manufacturing complex which has a reputation as oone of the most efficient body and trailer manufacturing plants in Europe. Cartwright promotes an ethos of ‘manufacturing and more’ offering the most extensive and diverse range of products and services in the industry through a complete solution from design and manufacture, to finance, rental and fleet services. The launch of Cartwright Conversions Ltd earlier this year has further expanded the business model to include panel van conversions. Cartwright’s innovative approach and the flexibility to manufacture a one off or large volume orders are amongst Cartwright’s key strengths that set it apart from the competition.
Freight Transport Association
FTA is one of the UK’s largest trade associations and represents over 15,000 members relying on or
providing transport integration both domestically and internationally, to or from the UK. Our members
include hauliers, freight forwarders, rail, sea and air freight operators, through to customers – producers, manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers. They cover all modes of transport – road, rail, air and sea.
FTA members operate over 200,000 commercial goods vehicles on the roads in the UK – more than half the UK fleet. FTA members also consign around 90 per cent of goods moved by rail and around 70 per cent of goods moved by air and sea.
You can find more information at www.fta.co.uk, follow us on twitter.com/newsfromfta and join us on
FTA will be presenting the winner of the FTA Driver of the Year 2016 competition at 12:30 in the main Seminar Area, all are welcome to attend.
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is the capital’s largest independent networking and business support organisation.
Representing the interests of business large and small, we connect thousands of business people every year, offer our members a wide range of practical and professional services and promote the interests of our members to key decision-makers and influencers.
On current trends, London’s population will reach 10 million by 2030. Freight movements are the lifeblood of our city economies, and as demand grows in the capital it is vital that London’s limited road space is utilized as efficiently and effectively as possible. It is for this reason that LCCI is delighted to support Freight in the City.
Noise Abatement Society
Established in 1959, the Noise Abatement Society (NAS) is the only UK national charitable foundation NGO whose sole focus is to abate excessive and unnecessary noise to protect the public and improve the aural environment.
The historic polarisation of stakeholders in relation to re-timed deliveries has understandably been a great barrier to progressing HGV movements at sensitive hours for the delivery of goods and services, the complexity of which is not always apparent to the general public.
However, the NAS has always taken a pragmatic view – not just raising awareness of the effects of noise, but encouraging ways to solve noise problems in practical and sustainable ways – its initiative Silent Approach™ introduced in 2007 was used as the basis for trials across the UK by the Department for Transport in a consortium with the NAS, the Freight Transport Association, TTR and TRL called the Quiet Delivery Demonstration Scheme which has informed Transport for London’s ‘anytime delivery’ programme.
NAS is at the heart of this work currently being carried out in London. The results of the programme will be viewed by cities all over the world as examples of successful sustainable logistics
Route Monkey is a global leader in the scheduling and optimisation of assets for a wide range of sectors including fleets, logistics, and ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
Its award-winning route optimisation and scheduling software eliminates unnecessary mileage and increases vehicle utilisation. Making millions of calculations in a short period of time, it also substantially cuts the human resource required for transport planning.
Typically Route Monkey can reduce fleet costs by up to 20 per cent and substantially cut carbon emissions. Affordable and self-funding, the savings generated are considerably higher than the investment required. Fleet customers include fashion retailer Net-A-Porter and Iceland Foods.
Route Monkey has gained international recognition for technical innovation and is the market leader in the optimisation of ULEVs as well as smart energy and Intelligent Mobility. Its EVOS technology is the world’s first optimisation software for electric vehicles.
Route Monkey can deploy its technology in a number of ways including: inside end-user software applications, in the Cloud, as a service, or embedded into the client’s own technology.
As part of Trakm8 Holdings Plc, Route Monkey can provide a fully integrated telematics and fleet management solution, including vehicle tracking, tachograph analysis, dashboard cameras and driver behaviour.