Following the success of our MIT Technical Talks at Seawork, we are pleased to announce we are presenting at M&CCE Expo at Excel London, 27-28th Sept, in conjunction with National Maritime. The session will be held on Thursday 28th September in Theatre 7 at 15.00pm.
The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo (M&CCE Expo), supporting by the Environment Agency is the UK’s largest exhibition and conference dedicated to showcasing the latest equipment and solutions for marine, coastal and other challenging civil engineering projects with unique landscape features.
John Logue, MD MIT, will be presenting how Electric and Hybrid drivelines enable emission and operational cost reduction to the marine and coastal civil engineering industry.
The seminar will outline UK government actions around the enforcement of tougher emissions regulations and the operational impact this has on marine and coastal civil engineering. It will highlight the impact CO2 and NOX emissions are having on the environment, climate and air quality. MIT will demonstrate innovative electrical/hybrid driveline technology solutions and present case study examples for coastal work boats and land based construction vehicles that helps industry to reduce emissions and meet future regulatory requirements.
The event is FREE to attend and you can register your attendance HERE.
About the speaker:
John Logue is the MD of MIT and has over 20 years industrial experience leading commercial, supply chain and technical teams to develop and deliver innovative engineering solutions to a variety of sectors including maritime, construction, railways, power networks, telecoms and buildings infrastructure.
Throughout his career John has worked and built customer relations in the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia. He has a strong academic background achieving a BSC (Hons) in Physical Science for Microelectronics from Paisley University and an MBA from Manchester Business School.
John lives with his wife and 2 young boys in sunny Sussex and is a keen amateur cycling enthusiast.
For further information on MCC&E, please click HERE.
For further information our our Hybrid capabilities, please click HERE.