Intermodal Europe on the road

 23 Aug 2012 11.46am

  • Intermodal Europe 2012 will be held at Amsterdam RAI from 27-29 November

Speakers at this year’s Intermodal Europe conference, which takes place in the Amsterdam RAI from 27-29 November, will address the role of road in an intermodal transport strategy.

During the ‘free to attend’ conference sessions taking place on the exhibition floor, speakers including terminal operators and logistics company professionals will directly address the topic of roads within intermodal logistics operations, with key sessions examining technological innovations, sustainability and cost effectiveness.

With over 50 free conference sessions, Intermodal Europe 2012 will present the opportunity for transport, logistics and supply chain professionals to share current industry-specific challenges and solutions from all areas of the supply chain.

“High profile expert speakers will lead the conference sessions, with debate-stimulating topics, focusing on helping businesses to operate their supply chains more efficiently, with reduced costs” explains Intermodal Europe 2012 event director, Sophie Ahmed.

A full list of 2012 conference topics and speakers will be announced in September.

“Intermodal Europe 2012 will be a forum to discuss and share current challenges, experiences and developments in the industry, with esteemed speakers from across the transport and logistics sector” adds Sophie Ahmed.

“It is an opportunity to network and do business and we are expecting an excellent turnout especially following on from the great success of Intermodal Europe 2011.”

Now in its 36th year, the conference and exhibition is considered one of the most important events in the container shipping calendar, and is attended by all levels of the global supply chain. In addition to improving their industry knowledge, visitors will meet over 100 exhibitors and network with visitors from 100 countries.

Over 80% of the exhibition is now booked, with confirmed exhibitors including Carrier Transicold, Maersk Container Industry, Cargotec, Cronos Container Group, Florens Container Services, TOUAX Group, TAL International Container Corporation, Daikin Industries Ltd, COA, CAI International (Container Applications International (UK) Limited), Valspar, Thermo King and Seaco.

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