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Online learning from the Multimodal team

[ December 16, 2013   //   ]

The Multimodal supply chain event, will host an on-line Learning Zone to complement its seminar and masterclass programme.

The Multimodal 2014 Knowledge Bank will be launched in the New Year alongside on-line registration for the show, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC from 29 April to 1 May. Show director Robert Jervis, explains:  “Our new Learning Zone will provide a platform for additional in-depth and varied information to help you tackle your supply-chain issues, keep you up to date with the latest regulations, and embrace new trends.”

The Multimodal team is calling for white papers and case studies to kick start its new initiative. “We are looking for companies to share their insight and help create a valuable resource for the whole industry,” says seminar director, Emma Murray.

Also new for next year’s free-to-attend show, which will host over 280 exhibitors, will be a dedicated air freight pavilion and seminar track.

The Shippers’ Village, which offers freight customers a private space at the exhibition to meet their logistics partners, will return.

Multimodal 2014 is already 68% sold out. Exhibitors include DP World London Gateway, Stena Line, DSV, DB Schenker, Port of Liverpool & Manchester Ship Canal, Canute, Direct Rail Services, P&O Ferrymasters and Stena Line Freight.

To contribute to the learning zone, contact Emma at emma@meantimecomms.com.

To find out more about exhibiting at Multimodal 2014, www.multimodal.org.uk

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