European Silk Road Summit
New Silk Road – a shock-proof corridor
The coronavirus was without doubt the main development impacting the logistics industry. An important stop on the New Silk Road, Wuhan, was ground-zero if the outbreak. Still, rail freight has proven to be resilient; a solution even to revive the disturbed supply chain between Europe and Asia. The 4th edition of the European Silk Road Summit takes places on 6 and 7 October in Duisburg.
During this year’s edition, we discuss the developments on the New Silk Road in 2020. What did the volumes do? What do these figures tell us? And has this impacted Chinese policy on Eurasian rail freight?
The following topics will be discussed:
- Impact coronavirus
- Lessons learnt
- New Silk Road resilience
- Chinese support measures
- Multiple sourcing
- Sanctioned goods through Russia
- Dangerous goods shipment
- The shipper’s perspective
- Route development
- Ukraine as a transit country
- Safety on the New Silk Road
300 logistics specialists are attending this conference. Amongst others logistics providers, operators, shippers, forwarders, from the Netherlands and other countries involved are present.
Previous edition: On 26 and 27 November international professionals came together at the 3rd edition of the European Silk Road Summit. With 300 international delegates and a two day conference it was the biggest edition so far. We welcomed international professionals from 24 different countries.
Have a look at the pictures of the event here.
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