Shake up for Multimodal 2020

Multimodal has shaken up its 2020 seminar format by undertaking research and guidance from a panel of industry experts on their steering committee who thrashed out a seminar programme that ensures the content is relevant for today’s logisticians. 

In the seminars there will be plenary sessions covering Brexit, Technology and Decarbonisation and then the days are split into specific market sessions enabling visitors to learn and discuss topics that affect their everyday working life – giving visitors to opportunity to delve deep into relevant industry sectors, including: 

• Retail & Consumer Goods

• Automotive and Manufacturing

• Pharmaceuticals & Perishables

• Construction & Chemicals

• Modal: Ports, Shipping & Air

• 3PL briefing

• New Technology

• FMCG

To view the seminar programme, visit: http://bit.ly/2IbG9KJ

Multimodal, which takes place 16-18 June at the NEC in Birmingham, is the established industry event where visitors can see what 300 of the industry's leading suppliers have on offer to improve supply chains.   

The 2020 event will also host a Shippers' Village, providing beneficial cargo owners and purchasers of freight and logistics services with a private space to meet logistics suppliers. The final day of Multimodal 2020 will build on the next generation skills and careers day, which was introduced at last year’s event, supporting young talent within the industry, and focusing on training, upskilling, education, and recruitment issues specific to the sector.

Multimodal will certainly be worth a day or two out of the office.  Multimodal is a valuable networking place, it's where the industry gets together to catch up with colleagues old and new.

There's no charge to visit or to attend the seminars and the networking Mixer. 

Asked why individuals should register now, Rob Jervis, Logistics Portfolio Director, Clarion Events said: “Registration in advance will enable anyone planning to attend Multimodal 2020 to avoid the queues that can form at the physical registration desk, delaying entry to the event. Why risk queuing, when there is a simple and straightforward method for registering in advance, printing off the entry badge and being fast tracked straight into the exhibition hall on arrival at the NEC? 

“Furthermore, 20 randomly-selected individuals who do register in advance will win a free place at the glittering Multimodal Awards evening that will take place on the first day of the event, which is being hosted by Kevin Keegan this year. That alone is worth £175.00 a place!"

So register today via the link http://bit.ly/39gmfdy