Frequently Asked Questions

The event is taking place at the Coventry Building Society Arena. You can find directions on our Travel page.

Coventry Building Society Arena
Judds Lane, Longford
Coventry, CV6 6AQ

Doors open at 07:30, with morning workshop programmes beginning at 08:15. Our main conference agenda kicks off at 09:45 and runs until around 11:45 when lunch is served. Afternoon workshops then start at 12:15, with the event closing around 15:30.

No. The Microlise Transport Conference is an industry event, with an agenda and programme that benefits anyone involved in the operation of a road transport fleet. It is absolutely not a user conference, but is designed to create a forum where the industry can come together to discuss and learn about key industry issues, as well what the future will look like.

Nothing! The Microlise Transport Conference is free-to-attend. You just need to cover the cost of your travel!

The Microlise Transport Conference is the only conference in road transport that looks specifically at technology, innovation and the future of the industry, whilst also covering key issues impacting operators today. Furthermore, no other event offers such a rich programme of content, with a main agenda supplemented by four topic focused workshops to allow each delegate to tailor their experience. The Microlise Transport Conference is a focused event for operators of HGV fleets, giving delegates key information and updates on the topics that matter today and will matter tomorrow.

The Microlise Transport Conference empowers industry professionals to acquire the information and knowledge they need to make intelligent strategic and operational decisions within their businesses. It achieves this by bringing together forward-looking, dynamic delegates, and providing them access to genuine industry leaders and domain experts, delivering presentations designed to inform and educate.

We take the safety of our delegates, sponsors and exhibitors extremely seriously. As regards Covid-19, we are monitoring the situation closely and will be looking to put in place appropriate safety measures in place in line with Government advice when the event takes place.