OVERVIEW. Participants of Maritime Industry and Transport Market Gather for Autumn Events


The intensive and interesting season of autumn events starts already on the first days of September.

The beginning is marked on 4–7 September with the huge SMM fair of maritime industry, organised every two years by Hamburg Messe, featuring 2200 participants and more than 50 000 visitors from all over the world. On 5 September Finnish Waterway Association invites to a seminar-cruise on Saimaa Canal. On 6–7 September representatives of the Baltic ports will gather to the annual BPO conference, hosted in Szczecin, Poland. During the same days Kaliningrad is hosting the International Baltic Transport Forum, and the interested experts of logistics will gather to Dessau-Rosslau (Germany) to discuss the perspectives of the Saxony-Anhalt Logistics Centre. Then, a few days later, on 18–20 September, the transport and logistics representatives will meet at the traditional TransKazakhstan exhibition, which takes place in Almaty this year. On 25–27 September the action returns from Asia to Europe with the 2nd Baltic Sea Ports & Shipping 2018 conference, taking place in the Latvian capital of Riga, organised by Transportevents. On 26–27 the attention focuses on the Trans Baltica 2018 international conference in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and on 26–28 – the international Baltic Sea transport forum and TransExpo exhibition in Odesa, Ukraine.
And then October comes, with its traditional transport week, which begins on 2 October in Minsk, the capital of Belarus. On 9–11 October we return to Saint Petersburg for the Russian port conference, followed by a longer trip to the Chinese city of Shenzhen and the 13th international transport and logistics fair on 11–13 October, while on 23–24 all interested are invited to the 15th Trans Middle East 2018 international event, taking place in Aqaba, Jordan.
On 6–8 November Rotterdam, the largest container handling centre, will host its traditional Intermodal Europe 2018 and at the same time Warsaw, the capital of Poland, will invite to Trans Poland 2018 transport and logistics exhibition. A week later, on 14–16 November, visitors of Trans Uzbekistan 2018 will be welcomed in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, as well as at Logitrans annual exhibition, successfully established by Messe Munich in Istanbul, Turkey. On 27–29 November the 20th Intermodal Africa will invite to Accra, Ghana, while the railway and airport experts will spend the same days at the 10th international AirRail conference and GARA awards, taking place in London, UK. On 28–30 logistics representatives will meet at the International Supply Chain and Smart logistics Expo in Chengdu, China.
And that is far from all of the events, organised for the participants of maritime industry, transport and logistics in the three months of autumn.
Lithuanian maritime industry and transport sector will send their delegations to the majority of these events too. In some of them the sector is introduced as a whole, in others – features individual companies or representatives and speakers, making presentations at conferences.
JŪRA MOPE SEA international business magazine maintains partnership ties with these events in one way or another, participating at most of them, if possible.
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