European Silk Road Summit
Building the business case in Europe
The 2019 edition was the biggest edition so far with delegates from 24 different countries
Majorie van Leijen
Journalist RailFreight.com/responsible for programme
On 26 and 27 November international shippers, logistics providers, operators and silk road 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.
The next edition will take place on 6 and 7 October 2020. Registration and more information about the programme will follow shortly.
Have a look at the pictures of the event here.
The European Silk Road Summit offers all aspects relevant for transport and logistics providers. The following topics were on the agenda:
- Chinese policy
- The Dutch case
- New Silk Road becoming mainstream
- Transit through Russia
- Different modalities
- European hubs
- The role of the ports
- Dangerous goods
300 logistics specialists attended this conference. Amongst others logistics providers, operators, shippers, forwarders, from the Netherlands and other countries involved were present.
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