Project Cargo Summit 2020 becomes digital conference
In light of the most recent Covid-19 developments, the Project Cargo Summit 2020 will be hosted as a digital conference, while the physical exhibition and conference are being postponed to a safer date; 10-11 February 2021.
“The project cargo and breakbulk industry have been severely impacted by the coronavirus and with the most recent announcements of the Dutch and German governments in mind, this situation is not likely to end soon”, says Promedia’s commercial director Arie van Dijk.
While safety is the top priority, Promedia is aware that in a crisis like this, the need for clear and reliable information is more urgent than ever. Van Dijk: “To ensure businesses maintain access to critical and useful information, we will host the Project Cargo Summit 2020 as a live-streamed, online event. This event will provide a platform where industry leaders will share their knowledge and experience to help companies around the globe navigate these challenging times.”
Details about the digital conference program will be shared very soon.
Project Cargo Summit 2021
The meeting place of the European Project Cargo industry
Project Cargo Summit will return on 10 & 11 February 2021 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Project cargo professionals from all over Europe will discuss important industry developments and showcase cutting-edge innovations that will shape the project cargo industry of tomorrow.
We are proud to present a collaboration between the Dutch Ship Brokers and the Project Cargo Summit! This means even more visitors, a stronger congres programme, more exhibitors and international guests from all over the world.
We are proud to present our exclusive partner for the Project Cargo Summit 2020 and 2021: Dutch Shipbrokers Society.
Curious what the benefits are for the Project Cargo Summit?
- Visitors from all over the world
- Even stronger congress programme
- Top management of the shipbrokers society on the exhibition floor
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