Brexit and project cargo

In anticipation of the Project Cargo Summit we spoke to Roy van Eijsden (WSP). In the video he emphasizes that despite the fact that the project cargo market is growing, you need to stay on top of things. According to him it is not a given that the market will keep on growing forever. He expects some hick-ups. Educate yourself and be prepared. Roy is one of the many speakers who takes part in the conference program of the summit.

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Project Cargo Summit goes to Bilbao

Following the successful outing in Bremen in 2023, ProMedia and its Project Cargo Summit team have turned their sights to a new adventure and have partnered with the Port of Bilbao. So for the 2024 edition of the Project Cargo Summit, project cargo, breakbulk and heavy lift industry specialists will gather in Bilbao for two… Read more ›

Project Cargo Summit 2024 registrations open

The time has come, we have opened registrations for this year’s edition of the Project Cargo Summit. As it was previously unveiled, the Port of Bilbao will be our host on September 17 and 18. There have been some changes since the announcement. 

Project Cargo Summit 2024 programme takes shape

Excitement is building for the Project Cargo Summit 2024 in Bilbao, Spain! The dates are locked in (September 17th and 18th), the speaker list is filling up fast, and preparations are underway to make the “Project Cargo Summit 2024: Mega Cargo, Mega Solutions” an unforgettable event.