2020 Connected Fleets Conference to focus on Parcels and Last Mile
Parcel Delivery and Last Mile Solutions: those topics will be the focus of Fleet Europe’s second Connected Fleets Conference, on 28-29 January in Brussels. Places are limited; register now!
Connectivity is an increasingly important vector for innovation and efficiency in the fleet and mobility ecosystem – and ultimately also for competition and profit. The million-euro question for decision makers in this ecosystem: How do I make connectivity work for my business?
Learn and network
In order to provide an answer, Fleet Europe organised a first Connected Fleets Conference, earlier this year in May. The Conference brought together mobility and connectivity experts and corporate fleet decision makers and provided all with plenty of opportunity to learn from and network with each other.
Building on the success of the inaugural edition, a second Connected Fleets Conference will take place at the end of January. And the preliminary programme has just been revealed. The 2020 Connected Fleets Conference will zoom in on Parcel Delivery and Last Mile Solutions. It will bring you insights into both the disruptive and added-value aspects of connected technology, which will help you generate efficiencies for your vehicle fleet and mobility programme.
Questions and answers
Questions asked (and answered) by our expert speakers will include:
- Lease or buy?
- How do we further optimise Last Mile customer experience?
- Which smart solutions are available in the market today?
Highlights of the preliminary programme:
- Today’s parcel delivery challenges
- Building the right First and Last Mile policy
- Selecting the right financing model for your LCV and Parcel Delivery fleet
- Last Mile delivery solutions, today and tomorrow
- Electrifying your Parcel Delivery fleet
- Connectivity solutions to boost customer experience
The 2020 Connected Fleets Conference will take place on Tuesday 28 January and Wednesday 29 January at the Van der Valk Airport Hotel in Brussels.
Early registration is advised, as Conference attendance is limited to 150 participants.