Breakbulk Events & Media will be celebrating its 10th anniversary for Breakbulk Europe in Antwerp, Belgium. From the start in 2006, the response from European shippers, carriers and logistics professionals and other transport specialists has been enormous.
The novelties for 2015 edition
This year, we are expecting upwards of 6,800 attendees. We will feature the following experts who will speak on the issues impacting our industry:
The Shipping Market and Its Drivers in the Global Economy
- Niklas Bengtsson, Director, maritime-insight
Meeting Anti-Bribery Standards in the Project Cargo Industry
- Alexandra Wrage, President, TRACE International
Celebrating the First Decade — Breakbulk Europe’s Tenth Anniversary
- Albert Pegg, Senior Advisor – Marketing, Promotion & Commercial Relations, Antwerp Port Authority
- Edouard F Dekkers, President, Dekkers International Inc.
- Jean-Jacques Westerlund, Director, Taste-Westerlund
Benefiting From The Middle East’s Drive to Diversify
- Teresa Lehovd, Head of Market Intelligence, Planning and Strategy, Hoegh Autoliners
Project Cargo Case Study — Running the Wisla River
- Odile Dehu, Logistics Project Manager, GE Power Generation Product Customer Projects
- Maciej Malinowski, Project Manager, Instar
- Hendrik Wagner, Director Engineering, Instar
Global Maritime Risks 2015: Moving Beyond Piracy
- Sebastian Villyn, Maritime Risk Analyst, Control Risks
Why attend Breakbulk Europe 2015?
Breakbulk Europe is the largest exhibition and educational forum in the world addressing the needs of breakbulk and project cargo professionals, which translates into unparalleled networking opportunities. Companies at every point in the supply chain can gain attention from potential customers at this event. Attendees can meet with over 300 exhibitors to find the services necessary for the successful transport of project cargo.
Breakbulk Europe will also provide the single largest gathering of Breakbulk VIP Shipper Club members, executives representing cargo owners and EPCs, the source of business for freight forwarders, heavy haulers and others in the supply chain.
Further, the two-day conference offers a roadmap for breakbulk business - industry and economic forecasts, how to minimize risks, lessons learned from a complex inland waterway transport and how to identify and seize opportunities ahead.
Then and now
2006: 300 was the expected attendance and 861 was the real attendance
On May 2015 edition: 331 exhibitors and sponsors will represent 47 countries
2006 attendance: 861
2014 attendance: 6,300
^ 731% (2006-2014)
- 16 is the number of exhibitors that have been with us sunce the beginning