Intermodal Europe set to analyse the present and predict the future of logistics this November

Intermodal Europe set to analyse the present and predict the future of logistics this November

Since the recession, the container shipping industry has faced extreme market pressures. Although embracing new initiatives and technologies have provided some tangible benefits, the carrier community may finally be coming to grips with the need for significant industry change. With global trade not only reliant on continued efficient transportation routes but also demanding ‘smarter’ transport options, the keynote conference sessions at Intermodal Europe 2016 aim to address and provide an in-depth overview of the current and future perspectives on strategy, finance, demand and supply within the container shipping industry.

Keynote speaker Tim Power, Head of Maritime Advisors at Drewry, will open the conference, discussing the ‘World Outlook for the Container Shipping Market’, followed by Mike Garratt, Managing Director at MDS Transmodal, who will provide an analysis of the European container shipping market. With 2016 expected to be a pivotal year in the future of the market, both sessions are designed to give an overview of key trends and challenges for the next 12 months.

With over 30 hours of free conference sessions and 70+ global expert speakers provided at the Intermodal Europe 2016 conference, the event will deliver the latest intelligence on key trends in international trade, container shipping strategy and transport logistics.

The program also includes sessions on Big Data in Tracking and the ‘Internet of Things’, ‘Perspectives on strategy, alliances, new challenges and new opportunities’, ‘Container Weighing’, ‘Shipping Container Design and Manufacture’, ‘Container Repositioning’, ‘Cold Chain Solutions’ and ‘Container modification & innovation’, as well as dedicated forums on Rail Freight Logistics and a geo focus on Rotterdam Logistics.

As well as a full three-day interactive conference programme, Intermodal Europe brings together over 140 leading exhibiting companies, 5,000 professional visitors and numerous exhibition features, including an outdoor container park.