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MONDAY 20 MARCH 2017 - 14:00 to 15:30 SESSION 2 – SUPPORT

A: Business of CycleLogistics Supporting the development of cyclelogistics as a business.

Nick Blake, Imagine Cargo, Zurich, Switzerland (Session Moderator)

Nick is one of the co-founders of ImagineCargo GmbH, a sustainable logistics network operator based in Zürich. Following degree studies in Transport Management and Planning, Nick spent over 20 years working for package integrators, trucking companies and in the air cargo sector. The ImagineCargo team of experienced cycle messengers and transport experts have created an international network to deliver packages with up to 99% less CO2 emissions than current operators. www.imaginecargo.com

Davor Sertic, Chairman of the Transport & Logistics Division of the Vienna Economic Chamber, Vienna, Austria (A7)

Davor is the founder, owner and CEO of Unitcargo, a forwarding company based in Vienna. In 1988 he started his career in the logistic industry as a dispatcher in another Austrian forwarding company. At the same time he studied business administration. Since 2015 he is the chairman of the Transport and Logistics Division of the Vienna Economic Chamber. He is also the founder of the logistics platform “Forum Logistics Intelligence” in Vienna. One of its main issues is to make the mobility of goods greener, more social and more efficient. In his spare time Davor loves running marathons, playing football, riding his mountain bike and reading.

Zsolt Kilián, Hajtas Pajtas, Budapest, Hungary (A8)

Zsolt has grown up with trucks, as his family has been running a small logistics company 50 kilometres from Budapest. Later he moved to Budapest where he has lived, studied and worked for the last 15 years except when had been working for Bosch in Catalonia or for Siemens Wind Power in the UK. In 2012-13 he got involved in several national and international cycling related project as a mobility consultant at the Hungarian Cyclists’ Club. Zsolt has been working on the Cyclelogistics Ahead project since its beginning. At the ECLF conference he will share his experiences about how a pedal powered local company and a big European brand started to work together. Go to Hajtas Pajtas website.

 

Peter Harris, Director of Sustainability EMEA, UPS (A9)

Masters degree in Engineering from Cambridge University, UK

Chartered Engineer (CEng) and Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (MIMechE)

2 years as a volunteer agricultural engineer with Voluntary Service Overseas in Indonesia, developing better ways of storing rice

4 years with London Transport

27 years with UPS including:

6 as UK Automotive Director

2 as UK Industrial Engineering Director

5 on assignment to Corporate Compliance developing and implementing a system to manage regulatory compliance outside the U.S.

7 (to date) as Sustainability Director for Europe

Also a non-executive director for Coperforma, a small company providing non-emergency passenger transport services to the UK’s public health service.

Married with two children and two classic cars!

Robin Haycock, UPS & Fernhay Partners, UK (A9)

Robin is co-founder of Fernhay, a successful product development and project management company developing a suite of products and software services for last mile deliveries. With a background in transport, energy, manufacturing and mechanical design, Robin has worked with government, the business sector and not for profit organisations in the UK and internationally. In his last Non-Executive Director role, Robin was part of the team that took fleet scheduling software company Route Monkey to successful trade sale.