International event for project cargo professionals


Project Cargo Summit – third edition!
The meeting place of the European Project Cargo industry

Project Cargo Summit 2020 will return on 23 & 24 September 2020 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, an extravagant network dinner and international guests from all over the world.

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Exclusive collaboration

We are proud to present our exclusive partner for the Project Cargo Summit 2020: Dutch Shipbrokers Society.

Their biennial Shipbrokers Diner brings more than 800 professionals from the project cargo and dry- and wet bulk together. The diner has been organized since 1984 and has become a great succes with every director of the sector attending. This year we put our strengths together to make both our events a greater succes than ever before. 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

Interested to meet a total of 3.000 professionals from all over the world? Contact us for a stand on our exhibition via the button below.

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Why exhibit?

  • Bigger location: Van Nelle Fabriek, Rotterdam
  • Exclusive partnership with Dutch Shipbrokers with 800 professionals from across the globe.
  • High-level conference programme
  • Show your business to 3000 international visitors

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