Registration is now open for Innovation and Technology in Transport – ITT Hub 2022.
Promising to support the industry in navigating its way through 2022, ITT Hub will return to Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre 11-12 May 2022.
An expanded indoor exhibition hall hosts the conference and topical feature Hubs, including the newest addition to the show, the Cold Chain Hub by TCS&D, as well as the Energy Hub, Talent Hub and EV Café. Meanwhile the outside exhibition area will see a wide range of vehicles, technology, and products alongside the unique Ride & Drive experience, enabling licence-holders to get behind the wheel of the latest products on a bespoke test route both on and off-site.
Over 160 exhibitors across the vehicles, warehouse, fleet management, software, safety, and compliance sectors are expected this year, including DAF Trucks, Renault Trucks, Volta Trucks, Ford, Harris Maxus, TRAILAR, Schmitz Cargobull, Tachosys, TruTac, TyreWatch to Disc-Lock, Air Products and Argent Energy.
Building on the success of ITT Hub’s debut, the show will see the return of the high-quality, free to attend Future Logistics conference, organised by Logistics UK. The two-day conference will be a blend of keynote addresses and panel discussions, covering future fuels, investment in fuels, making the switch to electric for van fleets, future proofing the supply chain, the future of autonomous deliveries and the launch of the Logistics Environmental Report by Logistics UK.
The passenger transport sector also has strong representation with leading manufacturers including ADL, Volvo, Wrights, Pelican Yutong, Caetano, BYD, Switch Mobility and Ilesbus all displaying vehicles.
Speaking of the ITT Hub launch event, 2021 exhibitor Carlos Rodrigues, MD, Renault Trucks UK, said: “2021 was a great show for many reasons, especially showcasing our products and meeting people again after a long absence. We are already excited about returning to an even bigger ITT Hub in 2022, with more of our latest developments.”
Commenting on the strong start to 2022 Mark Griffin, ITT Hub said: ” The first few weeks of 2022 has certainly seen the release of the pause button as exhibitors return with confidence to map out plans for this year. With over 20 vehicle brands on board, there are many signs that brighter times are back as companies firm up their client engagement plans. With ITT Hub being one of the first events in the sector this year, companies can look forward to a packed two days in Farnborough this May.”
Supported by commercial partners, National Grid, Western Power Distribution (WPD), Zenobē, Lloyds Bank and Lex Autolease, ITT Hub is gearing up for a bigger and even more innovative two days of networking, knowledge sharing and insight.
For more information on attending ITT Hub 2022, visit https://itthub.co.uk/.