URBAN LOGISTICS

Urban Logistics, Thursday 19 March 2020

07:30

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Daniel Gebler
09:10

Keynote: Consistent routes, electric vehicles and software in the grocery last mile

  • Using scheduled, routed deliveries for groceries to keep transportation costs low and under control
  • Maintaining an online-only model to expand grocery delivery into different regions of Europe
  • Leveraging different innovations such as software and electric vehicles to expand grocery eCommerce offerings
Angela Hultberg
09:40

Keynote: Converting to electric delivery trucks in the last mile to achieve sustainable and operational efficiencies

  • Collaborating with and encouraging our logistics providers to convert to all electric last-mile delivery
  • Reducing transportation carbon emissions, maintenance costs and operational costs with electric delivery trucks
  • Analyzing real use cases of going 100% electric in different regions across Europe
Tom Denton
10:10

Keynote: Leveraging PUDO networks to drive sustainability and delivery consolidation for the benefit of the entire delivery ecosystem

  • Incentivizing UK consumers to have their parcels delivered to a PUDO location through retailer/service provider collaboration
  • Consolidating deliveries and returns to reduce carbon footprint, emissions and failed parcels
  • Addressing foul stock returns to drive operational efficiencies and cost reductions
10:40

DEDICATED EXHIBITION TIME

Peter Harris
Urban Logistics
12:30

Alternative fuels in the last mile – Making them work in unison

  • Addressing the challenges of emissions and congestion by going beyond the diesel truck
  • Taking investments in alternative fuels from experiment to scale and making sure that they work in unison
  • Deploying cycles in the last leg of the last mile in dense urban areas to keep trucks off the road and increase delivery efficiencies
  • Embedding alternative fuels into a wider sustainability strategy of risk mitigation and opportunity creation
Justin Laney
Urban Logistics
13:10

Transition to zero carbon fleet – Overcoming the core obstacles and increasing productivity

  • How John Lewis Partnership is transitioning away from diesel in all its fleet operations, from home delivery vans to heavy duty trucks
  • Achieving greater productivity to provide a business case to switch to electric vehicles
  • What are the main challenges encountered in the transition to low carbon fuels, and how are they overcome
Sandra Roling
Urban Logistics
15:20

The EV100 movement – Understanding the opportunities from transitioning to electric transport

16:20

NETWORKING BREAK

Guy Bloch
17:20

Keynote: Delivery in the Age of Amazon

How the customer-centric shift is affecting last-mile delivery as we know itBest practices on how to optimize and scale your delivery operationsPerfecting the customer experience while protecting your bottom line
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