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The European Conference on the future of inland transport, terminals and ports

Host 2018: Port of Brussels

Port of Brussel celebrates its 25th anniversary. We thank the Port of Brussels for being our host in 2018. You are welcome to join them for lunch on a guided boat tour through the port on the second day of the conference.

Program European Conference

During this conference we will address the current and future challenges on hinterland connections in Europe. Main focus is the role of inland ports and hubs in connection with the sea ports and the transport modes inbetween. Moderator Alex Van Breedam, professor in Antwerp and CEO TRI-VIZOR, will also be moderating the 2018 edition. We are currently working on making you an excellent program with high level speakers.

Theme 2018: Connecting the flows: the way to smart logistics

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Host Port 2018

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Speakers 2017:
'We will all profit from sharing data. It is absurd that we do not where containers are.'
- Mathieu Friedberg, CMA CGM

'The new Seine-Scheldt connection is an opportunity for France but we need logistics platforms along the river.'
- Alain Verna, ToshibaTec

'Losing one call of a big ship has a huge impact on smaller ports. Some 300.000- 400.000 TEU a year.'
- Theo Notteboom, Shanghai Maritime University

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Inspiring 2017 edition on Innovating the hinterland

9 and 10 November we had the pleasure of receiving multiple key note speakers to address the challenges in the European hinterland. We discussed the innovations in logistics and the connections between the sea ports and inland ports and hubs. Port of Rouen was host port for this edition. Participants can download the presentations. We look back at an inspiring 2017 edition. We hope to meet you next year!

Background

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