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Multimodal reveals first online event

Clarion Events has published details of the first online event for Multimodal Connect, the online forum that has been set up following the postponement of the show and conference to March next year. The session, 'Accelerating eCommerce fulfilment: capacity, compliance and profitability' will be held on 15 July  in partnership with the organisers of the eDelivery Expo. Multimodal events director, Robert Jervis comments: “The current pandemic has accelerated the adoption of eCommerce, ... [+]

Multimodal moved to March 2021

The Multimodal 2020 show and conference has been postponed again, to 23-25 March, 2021, at the Birmingham NEC. The move follows advice from Public Health England and the UK government. The event was originally planned for June 2020 and was then postponed to November 2020, due to the Covid-129 crisis. However, organisers ... [+]

Multimodal’s 30Under30 Showcase – in association with FBJ

Multimodal and FBJ’s 30Under30 Showcase gives recognition to those dynamic, hard-working, talented individuals under the age of 30 working in the industry; saluting the next cohort in the business and building on from the successful Next Generation Careers Day at the Multimodal Exhibition. Multimodal & FBJ have assembled a stellar judging ... [+]

Multimodal postponed to 4-6 November

The Multimodal exhibition and conference at the Birmingham NEC is to be rescheduled from mid-June to 4-6 November, due to the corona virus outbreak. Rob Jervis, portfolio director at organisers, Clarion Eventsn said: “I suspect that this announcement won’t be a great surprise to you. Despite strong support from our stakeholders ... [+]

Multimodal ‘going ahead’ and going green

The full Multimodal 2020 conference programme is now available with sustainability a major theme in a programme that has seen major changes from previous years. The organisers say that, as of now, the show will be going ahead although the situation remains fluid and that they would be following scientific ... [+]

Don’t delay – register for Multimodal today

Anyone planning to attend this year's Multimodal 2020 exhibition and conference can save themselves time by pre-registering for the event, along with the chance to win one of 20 free places at the Multimodal Awards evening, which will be hosted this year by Kevin Keegan. Registration is now open for Multimodal ... [+]

Tech, finance and Brexit – it’s all up for grabs at Multimodal

Multimodal exhibitors’ stands will showcase the latest tech, host industry-challenging debates and create a space for discussion and network building across the supply chain Multimodal 2019 is set to be the most dynamic edition of the show yet, with more than 200 exhibitors and over 9,000 visitors expected to attend the ... [+]

Logistics can learn from other industries to tackle talent crisis

The logistics industry can tackle its labour issues by learning from other industries and refreshing its image, a banking expert will tell delegates to this year’s Multimodal 2019. HSBC global head of resourcing and onboarding, Hamish Nisbet (pictured, below left), will join Dr Naomi Irvine (below, right), Director, Naomi Irvine, Ian ... [+]

Roll up, roll up to Multimodal 2019

Registration is open for Multimodal 2019 show for the logistics and transport industry. Maritime Transport, Ocean Network Express (ONE), Associated British Ports, and the Swain Group are among the exhibitors who will be hosting stands at the event which takes places at the NEC Birmingham from 18-20 June. Other organisations attending ... [+]

Get in the running to pocket a Multimodal award

Snooker legend Steve Davis will host the 2019 FTA Multimodal Awards in Birmingham on 18 June. The FTA Multimodal Awards recognise best in class across all modes of transport and logistics services, including Shipper of the Year and Young Logistics Professional, as well as the Multimodal Personality of the Year ... [+]

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