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Project Cargo Summit announces speakers and conference programme

Organiser ProMedia Group has announced the first speakers of the Project Cargo Summit, a two-day international conference and exhibition about the project cargo and heavy-lift industry. 

The conference programme will cover a wide range of pressing industry issues. How can we solve the logistical challenges of the ever-larger wind turbines? What can we do to make the issuance of road transport permits more efficient? And how will digitization and new technologies transform our industry? For answers to questions like these, be sure to visit this year’s Project Cargo Summit in on the 11th and 12th of September in Rotterdam.

The conference programme is divided into two days. The first day will focus on the offshore and shipping markets, while the second day will cover the subjects ports, equipment and innovation.

ProMedia has just announced the first line-up of speakers, adding that more speakers will follow shortly. Please see the full list of announced speakers and their subjects below.

DAY 1: Shipping and Offshore 

Morning programme

Afternoon programme

DAY 2: Ports, terminals and equipment

Morning programme

Afternoon programme

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