LAST CALL Project Cargo Summit 2019: Call for papers

On the 11th and 12th of September, Promedia Group will host the second edition of the Project Cargo Summit, a two-day international conference and exhibition about the transport of exceptional cargoes. Do you have a pressing issue, story, case or innovation that you want to share with over 2,000 project cargo professionals, this is your change. We invite you to submit your paper for this fresh and ambitious event.

In 2019, the Project Cargo Summit will again be held at the Onderzeebootloods in Rotterdam, a former submarine construction yard beautifully located in the heart of the port.

The exhibition floor has nearly doubled in size. Over 50 companies will showcase their strengths and innovations, while the conference will cover pressing industry issues through constructive dialogues and with the aim to find solutions.

We are currently issuing an open call for papers. If you or your company have an interesting and relevant issue, case or innovation to share with our audience, we’d love to hear from you.

Submissions can be sent to [email protected] until the 15th of May.

For more information about the event, please also visit our website, or watch the video below for an impression.


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