Conference “Railway Business at Transit Speed” in Munich to Discuss Development of Container Transportation on Euro-Asian Routes

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On May 10, 2017 Munich will host The 2nd International Conference “Railway Business at Transit Speed”. For the first time ever, the event will take place as part of the largest transport and logistics exhibition “Transport Logistic 2017”*. The Conference will be held with the support of RZD and under the auspices of the Coordinating Council on Trans-Siberian Transportation (CCTT).

The key theme of the Conference will be the opportunities the East-West Corridor opens for shippers. The participants will discuss trade turnover dynamics and the increasing demand for container transportation between Europe and Asia, and the benefits of railways for international goods traffic.
Manufacturing, transportation, logistics and forwarding companies of Russia, Germany and the countries of the European Union and the Eurasian Union will be the target audience. The focus will be made on the largest German manufacturers of high value-added products (cars, household appliances, medical equipment, etc.) for which delivery speed is critical.
The Conference will be organized by Business Dialogue. Additional information about the event is available at:

* Transport Logistic is one of the world’s largest transport and logistics exhibitions. It is held on a biennial basis. The organizer of the event is Messe Munchen, a reputable exhibition agency. The event is expected to be visited by over 55,000 people.


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