IRTE Conference 2014
Transport engineers, fleet managers and industry experts are set to reveal the latest technologies and thinking to help operators increase fleet efficiency, save fuel and improve compliance at this year’s IRTE Conference. It is scheduled for 17 September at the Hilton at St George’s Park, Burton Upon Trent. Secretary of State for Transport, Claire Perry MP, is to convey a message to this year’s delegates, while David Cebon, Director of the Cambridge Vehicle Dynamics Consortium, will deliver the keynote address. The Conference will also include a mock public inquiry presided over by Traffic Commissioner, Kevin Rooney, with a defending legal team from Backhouse Jones solicitors. Headline speakers include: DVSA Chief Executive, Alastair Peoples; Engineering Manager of Langdon Industries, Tyrone Lanaway; Principal Engineer at Millbrook, Tony Soper; Stephen Carroll from CENEX; Andrew Woodfall from Backhouse Jones; Chairman of Hardstaff, Trevor Fletcher and MD of driver behaviour specialist Octave, Stuart Nancollis. There will be a bus and coach focused stream, covering hybrids and electrics; the New Bus for London; design and maintenance for fire prevention and biofuels and fuel additives.
Cost for the full package including drinks reception, dinner, accommodation and full day conference is £400 plus VAT, with a conference only option available for £250 plus VAT. Special discounts apply for IRTE members. Visit www.irte-conference/bookings to book a place.