UKIFDA EXPO 2024: Six Weeks Away

4th March 2024

UKIFDA EXPO 2024 Delegate Registration

Insight and Innovation at UKIFDA EXPO 2024 – Just Six Weeks Away

In just six weeks’ time, the industry-leading event UKIFDA EXPO & CONFERENCE 2024 opens its doors on 10-11 April 2024 at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool. The dynamic conference speaker line-up is confirmed, and the event is shaping up to be an unmissable gathering of industry leaders and innovators.

The exhibition space is already 98% sold out, with more than 80 companies signed up to exhibit at the two-day event. Plus, with the registration for delegate tickets now open, the ‘Working Together in Changing Times’ theme is proving an appealing draw for the many attendees who have already booked their tickets.

Headline sponsor, Phillips 66 Managing Director of UK Marketing, Rupert Turner, commented: “UKIFDA EXPO is a celebration of excellence that sits at the heart of the distribution industry, and at Phillips 66 Limited, we are delighted to once again be the headline sponsor.

“Each year this unique event provides an opportunity for our community to come together and celebrate an industry we care deeply about. A chance to spend time with colleagues, forge new relationships and connect with customers. We look forward to welcoming everyone to Liverpool in 2024.”

The event combines four forums – the Exhibition, the Future Opportunities Conference as well as the well-attended Mabanaft-sponsored Awards Dinner and the popular FoxInsights-sponsored President’s Drinks Reception. All supported by the Event app WHOVA, which will be launched on 11 March 2024.

Awards nominations are coming in across all the categories, recognising the talent within the fuel industry. Highlights include the Green Award, sponsored by Oilshield, which aims to uncover the industry’s next ‘green leader’. Other categories include the Innovation Award, sponsored by Fuel Oil News.

The remaining four categories include:

The awards are open to all UKIFDA members. However, the Green and Innovation awards are also open to non-members. A member can nominate a non-member company in these categories for its outstanding contribution to the industry.

The awards will be presented at the prestigious EXPO Awards Dinner on the evening at the end of the first day. Already a sell-out, the event will be hosted by UKIFDA President Rory Clarke and will feature guest speaker British TV broadcaster Monty Hall.

Kickstarting the evening will be the President’s Drinks Reception, sponsored by FoxInsights. Commenting on this sought-after networking event, Sven Munk, VP of Sales & Marketing at FoxInsights, said: “Returning to the UKIFDA EXPO & Conference is a highlight on our calendar, and we’re eagerly anticipating this year’s gathering. As proud sponsors of the Drinks Reception once again, we’re excited to reconnect with industry peers as well as forge new connections, discover more insights about the sector, and showcase our latest developments in a relaxed setting.”

Delegate Advanced Delegate tickets are £12 and £15 on the day; UKIFDA CEO Ken Cronin said: “Don’t delay – book your delegate ticket in advance to take advantage of advanced early-bird pricing. Ticket prices will increase on the day of the event, so act now to secure your place. It promises to be an unparalleled opportunity for networking, learning, and collaboration, bringing together the industry under one roof.

“I’d also like to take this opportunity to say that our main media partner, Fuel Oil News, and others, including HCB, Storage Terminals Magazine and Tank Storage Magazine, will be busy covering EXPO over the next weekss – we look forward to welcoming everyone.”

To book your Advanced Delegate ticket, please click here.

For more information, please contact UKIFDA Membership and Events Manager Dawn Shakespeare: ds@ukifda.org

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