The Intermodal Market Outlook will kick off a packed agenda of talks, debate and collaboration at Intermodal Europe, which takes place from 10 -12 October at RAI Amsterdam.
Intermodal Europe 2023 has long been renowned as the European meeting point for the intermodal industry. This year’s agenda will open with the highly regarded Global Market Outlook panel, where experts from Sun Intermodal, Alphaliner, European Shippers Council, WorldCargo News and Seas at Risk are among names confirmed to provide a comprehensive outlook on the key issues facing the intermodal market in 2023 and beyond.
“With the global intermodal freight transportation market set to grow by $50.45m by 2026, accelerating at a compound annual growth rate of 6.38% from 2022 to 2026, the intermodal industry finds itself at an exciting and pivotal point in its development,” said Rob Fisher, Group Director of Intermodal Europe.
Ti Insight’s founder and Chief Executive Prof. John Manners Bell is scheduled to deliver his conference session entitled: The Death of Globalisation: The Challenge of Green Legislation to International Shipping, in the Technology Theatre on Tuesday the 10th of October at 14:45 – 15:30. (See the conference programme here.) Delegates will then be invited to the signing of John’s latest book on stand L50, where the Ti team will also be available to demonstrate GSCi – Ti’s online data platform.
Throughout the Intermodal Europe conference, conversations will go on to explore technology, globalisation, increasing productivity and the benefits of platform collaboration. Other key sessions include:
“As intermodal markets continue to deal with new and unprecedented challenges borne by the world’s economy, an ever-growing consumer demands and ambitious sustainability targets, I am sure attendees will find this year’s agenda engaging and packed with actionable insights that will help them steer course for the future,” continued Fisher.
Registration is now open for Intermodal Europe, which will take place from 10 -12 October at RAI Amsterdam. Thousands of professionals from over 88 countries are expected to attend, with more than 120 suppliers set to line the aisles of the ever-popular exhibition floor. To secure your free ticket, click here.