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7 Sep 2021

Discover New Trends and Solutions in Logistics and Transportation at These 5 Trade Fairs

Discover New Trends and Solutions in Logistics and Transportation at These 5 Trade Fairs

Logistics and transportation are two of the pillars of the modern world due to the high levels of international trade going on and the movement of people across the world. What’s transportation going to look like on an international and local level? How can logistic services improve, while remaining cost effective and environmentally conscious? These are the five events that answer these questions and imagine the future of logistics and transportation.

First on the list is Breakbulk Europe, which is the biggest networking and business platforms for the cargo and breakbulk sectors. The trade fair follows an annual schedule and is now going to debut in a new location at Rotterdam Ahoy. With the level of globalization and reliance on quick and efficient shipping across the world, the cargo sector is in the limelight. Breakbulk Europe is the source for innovations in transport facilities, freight transport systems and transport technology – that’s why you have decision makers from every link in the logistics chain from ocean carriers to ports and terminals.

CeMAT is an annual trade fair, which explores the high-tech aspects of logistic services. It used to be a separate event, but has since merged with Hannover Messe and has its own special area in the bigger trade show. CeMAT, however, successfully remains a brand with editions in Eurasia, Russia, Asia and Australia. Trade visitors are able to experience the full breadth of machinery and technology in several themed zones – Pick & Pack, Move & Lift, Store & Load, Logistics IT, Manage & Service.

There’s quite a lot to gain from your participation. Whether it’s to meet professionals in FMCG and supply chains, or stay up to date with hot topics at the LOGISTICS 4.0 FORUM! Another highlight is the YOUNG TECH ENTERPRISES.

InnoTrans operates out of Berlin and services the transport industry on a product level. The trade fair’s name references innovation in transport technology and the exhibition space is dedicated to innovative components, vehicles and systems. The main focus of the event falls on the railway – from infrastructure to interiors, railcars and locomotives. However, there are also exhibitors that showcase breakthroughs in tunnel construction, trams, construction and road-rail vehicles.

The goal is to keep railway transportation alive. What makes InnoTrans all the more appealing is its outdoor area, where visitors can tour track-bound vehicles. Be sure to enjoy the rich programming at the convention and get your foot in the industry at the Career & Education Hall.

In Stuttgart, LogiMAT handles everything related to distribution, material and information flow as the market for intra-logistics has grown significantly. The value chain has expanded a lot and large corporations and institutions are investing in finding out new solutions for the optimization of internal logistics processes. This annual trade fair is practice oriented, which is why one of the biggest high points are the live demonstrations.

You’re not just informed about what’s available, but get to experience it with all sense and ask relevant questions. There’s a lot more to discover at LogiMAT thanks to the technical forums, which invite top experts and senior professionals in the logistics industry.

Last on our list is transport logistic operating out of Munich, Germany. This international trade show takes a bird’s eye view of every process in the transport and logistics sector. Trade visitors come face to face with the future of logistics, mobility, IT, and supply chain management. There’s representation from air transport, land transport, railway, maritime transportation. It’s the complete supply chain under one roof with ample opportunities to network and deepen your knowledge of your particular sector.

The support program is one of the best in the world. You have a choice of 88 conference sessions divided into five streams. There’s something for everyone from lectures to workshops to company presentations.