The Road Haulage Association (RHA) is set to discuss post-Brexit realities, clean air zones and the skills shortage at the forthcoming Microlise Transport Conference in Coventry.
RHA chief executive, Richard Burnett will look at ‘where to from here’ discussing the post-Brexit landscape, clean air zones, road infrastructure investment and the skills shortage.
Richard will also update delegates on the continuing work the RHA is doing to tackle the issues facing operators.
“The Microlise Transport Conference is the key date in the industry calendar for discussing the key topics and learnings about the future of our industry,” he said.
“We’re pleased to be participating in this event to engage with delegates on a number of important issues and outline how the RHA is engaging with government to represent the needs of road transport operators.”
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The Microlise Transport Conference takes place on Wednesday 20 May at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.