International Week of Transport and Logistics coming up

By Freddie Pierce
SITL Europe brings together all the innovative products and services dedicated to the supply, distribution and supply chain of tomorrow. It is the most...

SITL Europe brings together all the innovative products and services dedicated to the supply, distribution and supply chain of tomorrow.

It is the most complete concentration of transport and logistics users from the industry and retail and serves the entire community of goods transporters and suppliers of logistics services.

Given the economic context, SITL Europe chose to highlight the transport sector and the international influence of the exhibition for its 2014 edition.

The show boasts some 800 exhibitors including Norbert Dentressangle, DB Schenker and Marcedes-Benz Charterway. Nearly three quarters of Europe's top 20 logistics service providers will be present. 

Over 6,000 conference attendees are expected along with 40,500 professionals and 350 speakers from the industry. 80 countries will be represented.

The World Transport and Logistics Forum will be launched in tandem with the event on April 1, based on the concept of the World Economic Forum, held in Davos this year.  

More information can be found here

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