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NTM annual member meeting
NTM annual member meeting 2023 – Concrete measures for climate transition
Do not miss our coming annual member meeting at Sjöfartshuset in Stockholm. Apart from formalities, the meeting will dwell into a number of exciting topics and progresses. Our ambition is to practically mirror our times great challenge; how to transform the society, including transport operation to become climate neutral and based on renewable energy. The meeting will be held in Swedish.
Venue: Sjöfartshuset, Skeppsbron 10, Stockholm
Date: 19 april
Registration: info[a]transportmeasures.org, latest the 14 april. ”First come first served”.
Formal member meeting
Fredrik Larsson. Chairman
13.05 Member meeting
Electrification as a tool for transition towards climate neutrailty
13.30 Possibilities and threats linked to an electrified transport industry
Bo Normark, EIT Innoenergy
13.50 Environmental gains by electrified trucks
Sebastian Bäckström, IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet
14.35 ISO 14 083, the coming international standard
Magnus Swahn, NTM
14.50 Audit of shippers´ transport emissions assessment
Ted Lundström, Ovako Group
Staffan Johannesson, Volvo Cars
15.10 Short break
System support tools for measurable improvements
15.20 Tools and progress within NTM
Magnus Swahn, NTM
Reflexions on future propulsion
15.40 An interactive discussion on future propulsion systems
17.00 End of seminar
NTM Autumn member meeting “Supply chain resilience and environmental sustainability”
NTM are proud and happy to announce a very exciting autumn member meeting on the 10th of November. Our much respected key note speaker, Professor Alan McKinnon will attend and present his knowledgeable views on the topic of supply chains resilience and environmental sustainability.
The context, of course, involves pandemic effects, disruption of transport and supply chains, the on-going conflicts in the Ukraine and potential conflicts in other regions, energy prices sky-rocketing, price inflation in general etc. Hence sustainable logistics and supply chains faces severe challenges. The questions are certainly vital for any operation and should for sure be given top priority among business and societal leaders.
Our much-respected lecturer, Professor Alan McKinnon has done work for the International Transport Forum, the World Economic Forum and World Bank on supply chain resilience and been examining its relationship to sustainability. Given his deep knowledge about sustainable logistics, adding resilience issues will certainly mean an interesting and invaluable afternoon.
In addition, we will of course present more operational progress within NTM.
The meeting is virtual through Teams and will start at 3 pm and end at the latest by 5 pm.
Venue: Virtual meeting in English through Teams. Links will be sent out to registered participants
Date: November 10
15.00 Welcome and Introduction by the Chairman Fredrik Larsson, NTM
15.10 Achievements and future ambitions, Operational manager Magnus Swahn, NTM
15.30 Supply chain resilience and environmental sustainability, Professor Alan McKinnon, KLU
16.15 Questions and discussions
17.00 End of meeting at the latest
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NTM 2021 annual member meeting the 21st of April – primary energy supply
The annual member meeting aims to kick off several digital lectures on present and future primary energy sources for the transport industry. The transformation towards use of clean and renewable energy is highly dependent on available primary energy sources. Not the least electricity where most industrial sectors seem to look for their future solutions.
Shifting transport operation towards use of renewable sources by 2050 meanwhile fulfilling present and future transport demand is likely to require different solutions for different time perspectives, linked to available energy sources and other scarce minerals.
The first seminar will deal with general transport related forecasts on energy demand. Later on, we will invite experts on potential sources such as wood, crops, power from hydro, wind, photovoltaic, nuclear and also other potential primary energy sources.
Venue: Microsoft Teams
Date: April 21
Time: 10.00-12.00 (CET)
Speaker: Prof. Dr Tomas Kåberger, Chalmers University of Technology
Register: info[a]transportmeasures.org no later than 19th of April
Language: English. If only Swedish participants, Swedish
09.30 Medlemsmöte (NTM member meeting in Swedish)
10.00 General overview of transport energy use
Magnus Swahn, NTM
10.20 How to transform transport operation towards renewable and clean energy
Tomas Kåberger, Chalmers University of Technology
10.50 Discussion of challenges and opportunities
11.30 End of member meeting