AntwerpXL and The Project Cargo Summit have joined forces to bring breakbulk professionals from all over the world a four-day digital festival set to support and explore the future of the industry.

Organisers will provide the industry with a range of networking opportunities and live debate from 21st September until 24th September.

On the 21st and 22nd September AntwerpXL will kick-off the Festival with a plethora of online roundtables, networking groups & hosted meetings across the first two days. Launching a unique, AI-driven, online match-making platform; AntwerpXL’s Connect 2.0 will provide the industry with a much-needed opportunity to hold meetings and network with industry suppliers.

Roundtable topics will include but are not limited to; Renewables – Challenges in a growing sector, Delivering client-focussed logistics, Hinterland connections – Cargo flows & intermodal connections, Incoterms 2020, contracts and customs and also; Cyber security. The festival will also host NextGen working groups & Innovation / Start up pitches from PortXL.

On the 23rd and 24th September, The Project Cargo Summit will then continue proceedings by hosting a range of panel debates and keynote presentations, all streamed live & online. The Project Cargo Summit Online will bring together leading minds in breakbulk and project cargo to create a full conference programme.

Mark Rimmer, Antwerp XL Divisional Director, comments: “We know that networking opportunities are one of the main reasons so much of the global community attend AntwerpXL. With Connect 2.0, users will still be able to meet potential clients, generate referrals, identify opportunities for partnership, joint ventures, and new areas for expansion, just in a digital way.”

“We’re incredibly happy to be collaborating with Project Cargo Summit to provide an experience full of value to the world’s breakbulk professionals. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn, debate and connect online, reaping all the benefits provided by a physical event.”

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