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John Comer
Head of Product Management @Volvo Trucks UK and Ireland.
John graduated from Hatfield Polytechnic with a BSc mechanical engineering with automotive design. He initially worked for Bass Brewers, Burton-upon-Trent in 1985 involved with fleet engineering and vehicle specifications before joining Volvo Trucks in 1989. Since then, he has held various positions within Volvo Trucks - including Mitsubishi Canter Product Manager and in 2002 became Product Manager for Volvo Trucks - UK & Ireland, before taking up his current Group role in 2015.
Adrian Felton
National Strategic Account Manager, e-Truck and e-Bus @Swarco Evolt
Adrian has worked in the heavy truck and bus industry since 1990 working in a variety of roles working across the whole of the industry, Adrian has worked for both private transport companies and OEM’s throughout this period. From 2007 he has been involved in the Low and zero emission agenda helping to deliver hybrid and zero emission solutions and the accompanying infrastructure. Adrian moved over to Swarco in January this year to align the business in order to help the heavy duty industry make the transition to zero emission solutions.
Jonathan Chadburn
Vice President Asset Management @DHL Supply Chain
Jonathan’s career in the logistics industry spans 35 years from its early beginnings where he started out in transport and operations roles. He later progressed to more senior positions before becoming Managing Director for the UK Home Delivery business (Retail) which employed c. 4,000 colleagues within DHL Supply Chain. Jonathan then moved on to leading the Global Retail Sector for DHL Supply Chain for three years, working across all of The Supply Chain Regions. The wealth of experience gained in these roles has culminated in Jonathan moving into his current role in which he manages assets across the whole of DHL Supply Chain, including a fleet of 6,000 vehicles, mechanical handling equipment and as well as providing facilities management services and fuel buying.