Multimodal: Now’s the time to get it together

When Multimodal 2021 opens its doors on Tuesday, visitors will find a new matchmaking service to connect shippers to each other and to exhibitors at the show, who include ONE, DP World, Maritime Transport, Malcolm Group, Dachser, and Kuehne + Nagel. Show director Robert Jervis says that feedback from exhibitors and visitors is that people are eager to get back together and drive new business – and what better way to ... [+]

Leaders share thoughts on a more resilient supply chain

Experts from across the logistics industry will share insights on how to build more resilient supply chains over the three days of the Multimodal event on 19-21 October.Panels of thought leaders will introduce new ideas about how tech developments such as machine learning, smart data, and 5G can drive efficiencies ... [+]

Multimodal awards open

Online voting has opened for the Multimodal 2021 Awards. The Awards recognise excellence in air, road, rail, maritime, and freight forwarding services and are voted for online by readers of the Multimodal Newsletter and exhibitors and visitors to the show. Categories include 3PL of the Year, Air Freight, Rail Freight, ... [+]

Multimodal registrations open – updated

Visitor registration for the Multimodal 2021 show in Birmingham is now open. Visiting Hours are: Tuesday 19 October : 10.00-17.00; Wednesday 20 October : 10.00-19.00; and Thursday 21 October : 10.00-15.00. To register, visit: Multimodal and Logistics UK have teamed up to produce a three-day series of panel discussions and ... [+]

New awards for Multimodal

Two new categories for sustainability and technology have been added to the Multimodal 2021 Awards which take place on 19 October. Entries are now open for nominations in all 13 categories. Readers of the Multimodal newsletter will also vote for best in each mode of transport, the best port, pallet network ... [+]

Multimodal to take place in October

The Multimodal freight conference and exhibition has been postponed again  – to 19-21 October. The event at Birmingham NEC was originally planned for June 2020 but has been repeatedly postponed, due to the Covid-129 crisis. However, it says that it is now “committed” to the new dates for the free-to-attend networking and ... [+]

Join the shipping revolution – or evolution – with Multimodal

The next Multimodal online session at 14.30 on 21 January will be a Roundtable webinar that will explore the question: Container Shipping: Revolution or Evolution? Adrian Jones from MOL, Jeremy Haycock at Maersk, Mike DeAngelis from WiseTech Global and Chris Stokes of Agility will delve into disruption from Covid-19, Brexit, digitalisation and ... [+]

Multimodal seminar: Ports and the future supply chain

Multimodal will hold an online seminar entitled: ‘Ports: Enabling the supply chain of the Future. Moderated by ports advisor Frank Robotham, the expert panel will comprise Peel Ports’ Stephen Carr, PD Ports’ Jerry Hopkinson, CMA CGM (UK)’s Gary Jeffreys, CEO, CMA CGM (UK), GB Railfreight’s John Smith, Maritime Tranmsport’s John ... [+]

Multimodal put back to June 2021

The Multimodal freight conference and exhibition has been postponed for a third time  – to 22-24 June. The event at Birmingham NEC was originally planned for June 2020 but was then postponed to November 2020, and then again  to March 2021, due to the Covid-129 crisis. The organisers said they would continue ... [+]

Remember, remember the fifth of November – Multimodal Brexit seminar

The next Multimodal Connect webinar will take place on 5 November on the subject of Brexit - the Tactics : Quick Wins, Tricks of the Trade and Mitigation.With the prospect of a last minute Brexit deal still hanging by a thread, importers and exporters are still unsure as to what ... [+]

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