For anyone working in the logistics sector, InterLogistika is an important annual event. Bringing together experts from haulage companies and leaders in the logistics industry, the event, held annually in Moscow, comprises an exposition of products and equipment from the world's most prestigious truck manufacturers, alongside several days of 'thinktank' discussions under the banner of Forum InterLogistika. |
Partnered by the Moscow Chamber of Commerce, the Institute of Logistics and Supply Chain Management and a number of other high profile entities, InterLogistika will be held in May 2017.
InterLogistika is billed as the 'International exhibition of integrated solutions in transport and logistics' and is aimed towards anyone working in the logistics, materials handling and transport sectors. Now coming up to its fifth edition, the event has gained a reputation as a critical and comprehensive coming together of some of the most influential players in the global logistics and transport arena.
With big names represented at the exposition - including Volvo Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Novtrack, KAMAZ, GAZ, MAZ, and more – visitors will be able to see the latest in auto parts, accessories and technology. For management of haulage companies and heads of logistics departments, the event is an excellent opportunity to network with distributors and manufacturers to see what's coming up in terms of wholesale and retail products.
With a range of trade booths set over two exhibition centres, the theme for 2017 is 'Reboot' – and organisers have chosen to focus on the positive aspects of the world economy and a proactive approach to crises. Looking to inspire, develop and create a springboard for success, participants are invited to showcase their latest in storage processes, logistics technologies, production processes and supply management innovations.
Held in conjunction with the exposition, the two-day Forum InterLogistika encourages not just the presentation of new processes, products and solutions, but also the opportunity for lively debate and exchange of new ideas. This popular annual event brings together heads of associations and governing bodies, logistics and cargo professionals, freight forwarders, representatives from haulage companies and a host of interested parties from around the world.
In previous years the forum has been hailed as a positive environment in which to share information and innovation, with a view to cultivating a global business community for the logistics sector.
Topics for the 2017 forum include: • The logistics warehouse of the future • Transport and telematics • Transport security • Online logistics stores • Prospects for development of logistics clusters • Export of Russian products
Be a Part of the Future
Statistics from previous years' events show participants are a diverse mix including:
• Express freighters • Importers • Owners/operators of real estate fold • Heads of haulage companies, manufacturers and distributors • E-commerce marketers • IT developers • Logistics solutions suppliers • Retail and wholesale traders Details
Date: 30 May – 3 June 2017 Forum: 30 – 31 May 2017 Venue: Moscow, International Exhibition Center, Crocus Expo Cost: Free entry to exhibition, but visitors must register. For tickets to forum apply online. Tickets are available at differing rates for individuals, representatives of cargo owners (free) and legal entities.
Norman Dulwich is a Correspondent for Haulage Exchange, the leading online trade network for the road transport industry. Connecting professionals across the UK and Europe through their website, Haulage Exchange provides services for matching haulage companies with jobs in road transport and haulage work. Over 4,000 transport exchange businesses are networked together through their website, trading jobs and capacity in a safe 'wholesale' environment.
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