Dear All,


The 4th International Workshop on Sustainable Road Freight Transport will be held in Cambridge on 30th November and 1st December 2017. 

We are delighted that C馗ile Bray, Geodis; Tim Breemersch, Transport & Mobility Leuven; Carlos Calvo Ambel, Transport & Environment; Jonathan Chadburn, DHL Supply Chain;  Chris Douglas, Smart Freight Centre; Andy Eastlake, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership; Sudhir Gota, Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport; Professor Jan Havenga, University of StellenboschGavin Hill, Transport Certification AustraliaPaul Nordengen, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research;   Professor Yongyi Shou, Zhejiang University;  Tanya Strevens, World Business Council for Sustainable Development; Jacob Teter, International Energy Agency; Professor Gordon Wilmsmeier, University de los Andes; Professor John Woodrooffe, University of Michigan; have agreed to deliver keynote addresses at the workshop.

The final agenda is attached to this email. To book places, please use our online registration form.

The Centre for Sustainable Road Freight is a collaboration between Cambridge and Heriot-Watt Universities and a consortium of organizations in the road freight sector. For more information on the Centre, please visit

 I am looking forward to seeing you in Cambridge.

Best wishes,



Dr Maja Piecyk

Reader in Logistics


Department of Planning and Transport

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment

University of Westminster

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