Hauliers invited to free Scottish Clean Air Roadshow in Edinburgh

Hayley Tayler
March 4, 2020

An exciting line-up of speakers has now been confirmed for the Scottish Clean Air Roadshow on 2 April, run by CM sister titles Transport News and Motor Transport.

They will be heading to Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh to bring you the latest clean air regulatory updates and sharing peer-to-peer experience of using alternative fuels on commercial vehicle fleets.

The opening session is your chance to hear directly from senior policy-makers on air quality strategy across Scotland’s four largest cities: Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Scottish transport secretary Michael Matheson MSP will deliver a powerful keynote speech, followed by City of Edinburgh convener Lesley McInnes explaining local low-emission zone rollout and Transport Scotland’s head of air quality Dr Stephen Thomson

Delegates will then head into three workshop groups to hear from fellow operators and technology experts about the latest generation of clean HGVs and vans already in use on Scotland’s roads.

Renault Trucks’ head of LCV UK & Ireland Grahame Neagus will help spark your interest in electric commercial vehicle options on the market and under development.

While prominent Scottish family haulier Malcom Group will be taking part to share its experience in trialling dedicated natural gas trucks, with fleet engineer Gavin Summers, CEO Andrew Malcolm and Kenny Scott from gas firm BOC on hand to answer your questions.

In addition, visitors will also be able to explore an exciting exhibition of the latest vehicles, technology and services to keep fleets compliant in urban areas.

The Scottish Clean Air Roadshow takes place on the morning of 2 April at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh. It is completely free to attend, but places do fill up fast, so make sure to secure your spot today!

About the Author


Hayley Tayler

Hayley Tayler has worked across Road Transport Media’s portfolio of publications, including Commercial Motor and Motor Transport, since 2008 in a number of editorial roles from news reporter to urban editor. She now specialises in events and projects content for the business, including the Road Transport Expo and a series of industry research reports.

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