Optimised Waste Logistics industry networking event

Published:  19 November, 2015

On November 24, Optimised Waste Logistics (OWL) will be hosting an industry best practice and networking event at the Cambridge Belfry.

The event, entitled Waste Management in Action, which is aimed at fleet and waste management professionals will focus on common operational issues and challenges that are faced by organisations operating vehicle fleets across the UK.

Industry experts, suppliers and vehicle manufacturers will address these challenges by showcasing their latest products and services in the internal and external exhibitions and by taking part in workshops and speed-dating sessions.

Chaired by former CIWM President, Peter Ager, Waste Management in Action will deliver aday of industry best practice, networking and innovation local authorities and private waste operators who want to investigate the latest and most exciting technologies, hear from industry leaders and debate topical issues.

Topics being covered include:

  • Driver behaviour management
  • Road Safety
  • Cycle awareness
  • Vehicle and bin weighing
  • Route optimisation
  • In cab job/rounds management
  • Alternative fuels
  • Road transport legislation update
  • Vehicle hire

Confirmed exhibitors include CMS SupaTrak, Vision Techniques, Dennis Eagle, Integrated Skills, MOBA, VWS, Spillard Safety Systems, Freight Transport Association, Bartec, Tokheim Profleet, Gulliver Truck Hire, VPG Onboard Weighing, Epic Media, Heil Farid and YPO.

To register for the event visit https://owlcambridge.eventbrite.co.uk

Related Articles

  • RWM in partnership with CIWM 2013 

    This year, the NEC will again welcome Europe's premier annual resource efficiency and waste management show whenRWM in partnership with CIWM 2013opens its doors from the 10thto 12thSeptember. With attendance set to exceed 15,000, decision-makers will be attending to do business with more than 750 exhibitors and benefit from a host of exciting features designed to deliver unrivalled business, networking and learning opportunities.

    C

  • Temporary tracking system produced by Ctrack 

    Ctrack has launched a commitment-free option for its self-installed telematics system.

  • Using technology to help manage the workload 

    Both local authorities and their stakeholders can benefit from significant service improvements when telematics are installed including more efficient use of resources and instant access to real-time information.

  • CIWM Conference Cymru tackles the ‘circular economy' challenge 

    The opportunities and challenges in moving towards a circular economy will be the focal point of discussion and debate at the CIWM Conference Cymru early in 2013.

  • Nilfisk-Advance demonstrates two new sweepers at CIWM 

    Keeping streets and other paved areas clean and litter free is an ongoing challenge for Local Authorities and contract cleaners alike. At CIWM, Nilfisk-Advance will demonstrate two fast and highly mobile solutions from its innovative RS road sweeper range for public and private sector applications. On display will be the compact RS 501 and top-of-the-range RS 1300, both designed to make outdoor cleaning not just easier but more productive and cost-effective, whether on footpath, car park, shopping mall or city street.

Sign Up

For the latest news and updates from LAPV.






Linkedin

LAPV (Local Authority Plant and Vehicles) is the only UK information source purely dedicated to local authority vehicles and affiliated plant equipment. Appearing four times a year, it offers well-researched technical articles on the latest equipment/technology as well as in-depth interviews with key industry professionals. More...

Facebook

Twitter


All content © Hemming Information Services 2017

Sitemap