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SURVEY: Win 2 VIP tickets for the Project Cargo Summit 2020

2020 has started tumultuous with a nosedive in fuel costs, weaker freight rates and the unexpected coronavirus outbreak. To report on these developments as accurately as possible and have a better understanding of what keeps our readers busy, Project Cargo Journal is executing a survey among our readers. 

The results will be used to provide better insight into the current market developments and help us optimize our website and articles.

It will take just 5 minutes to fill in the survey and we will give away two VIP tickets to the Project Cargo Summit 2020 – which will take place on the 23rd and 24th of September in Rotterdam. The winners will be randomly selected from the respondents who complete the survey.

Click here to start the survey. The results will be treated confidentially and anonymously.

We thank you for your input,

The PCS team.

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