The panel discussion will cover topics including regulation, alternative fuels and synthetic lubricants at the Shell stand at 1:45pm for approximately 30 minutes including question time.
Panel participants include, Victorian Transport Association (VTA) CEO, Neil Chambers, Cummins General Manager Marketing, Sean McLean, Technical Editor at Australasian Transport News, Matt Wood and Shell fuel and lubricant technical expert, Paul Smallacombe.
Neil Chambers, VTA CEO, said, “We’re looking forward to discussing relevant topics with transport operators at the Shell panel discussion at the ITTES, including regulation, alternative fuels and synthetic lubricants.”
“Shell has been a partner of the VTA for over 25 years and our relationship enables us to assist with solutions for the transport sector,” Neil added.
Gavin Corcoran, Shell Australia Transport Marketing Manager, said, “Shell is excited to host a panel discussion at our stand this year to address pertinent topics in the transport sector, focussing on relevant solutions for transport operators.”
“We’re excited to hear and share the dynamic opinions of industry experts from partners like the VTA and Cummins, alongside a respected transport industry journalist and a Shell expert.”
In addition, Shell is bringing its Heritage Truck Collection which includes restored, retired and remodeled trucks to the show, including a Shell branded Morris Commercial from the Shepparton depot built in the 1950s.
“Shell is proud to be a platinum sponsor of the ITTES for the third year running, and has supported the Commercial Road Transport Industry for over 100 years in Australia,” Gavin added.
Visitors to the Shell stand can also hear more about Shell’s range of transport products including Shell Diesel Extra, AdBlue, Shell Rimula and Shell Card, with new Shell Rimula display tools this year.
The main Shell exhibit is located at stand number 38 in the grand pavilion and will be hosted by Shell Transport team members, providing an opportunity to talk to Shell experts about relevant solutions for their business.
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