Multimodaal Transport Expo 2024 presents a chock-full programme

Multimodaal Transport Expo 2024 presents a chock-full programme

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Live studio conversations, an exhibition floor with more than 75 exhibitors, interviews, dozens of knowledge sessions and even a VIP deck. Multimodaal 2024 is not to be missed for those active in the logistics or shipping sector.

The Multimodaal Transport Expo 2024 will take place on 14 March in Breda, the Netherlands. The publication Nieuwsblad Transport will present an extensive program on no fewer than five different stages in collaboration with publications Flows and Schuttevaer. Top speakers from the logistics sector share their vision and update visitors on the latest developments.

Multimodaal Transport Expo is the place where transport and logistics companies from the Dutch and Flemish transport sectors present themselves to the market. Visiting the event is free of charge. The fair offers the opportunity to meet shippers, carriers, forwarders and other stakeholders from the multimodal supply chain.

All modalities

On the main stage, prominent speakers from the Dutch and Flemish transport sector will be questioned by journalists from Nieuwsblad Transport, Flows and Schuttevaer. All modalities are discussed in the 1-on-1 interviews, arguments and debates. How are things going in inland shipping, shortsea, air freight, rail and road transport?

The knowledge pavilion is the second stage. Here Nieuwsblad Transport will present a real talk show. Expert panels discuss various themes, such as cyber security, the logistics expectations of politicians and the consequences of establishing zero-emission zones on urban logistics.

Topsector Logistiek will present its own program during the Multimodaal Transport Expo, with various speakers and practical examples in the morning. In the afternoon, as an attendee, you can work on important logistical issues during interactive workshops.

Some sessions:

  • Carl Holthausen’s hydrogen mission
  • How do we keep the flow on the waterways?
  • Rail transport: the logistical challenges of doing business in China
  • Can logistics companies cope with hackers?
  • Logistics: political expectations
  • The transition to zero-emission road transport
  • Diversity in the logistics sector: why is it not working?

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Multimodaal Transport Expo 2024 presents a chock-full programme
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A new feature this year is the ‘VIP deck’ for extra experience and comfort. Prior to the opening of the fair, VIPs will be able to enjoy an exclusive networking breakfast and the inspiring ‘re-thinking show’. They will have unlimited access to a workplace on the VIP deck throughout the day, including coffee and tea. The deck offers a view of the entire exhibition floor.

Also new: live broadcasts from Studio Schuttevaer and the Flowscast will be provided on the exhibition floor.

The highlights of Multimodaal 2024:

  • 3,000 visitors
  • Five stages
  • 75+ exhibitors
  • Exclusive networking breakfast plus ‘Re-thinking Show’
  • Networking: breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner


  • Evelien Bras (Ferm)
  • Ronald Paul (Topsector Logistiek)
  • Carl Holthausen (Holzhausen Clean Technology & Energy Points)
  • Stephan Vanfraechem (Alfaport Voka)
  • Ruud Vat (NeeleVat)
  • Annemarie Withag-Terpstra (CTT)
  • Bas Jansen (Deltalinqs)
  • The Criminal Intelligence team of the police
  • Frank Breedijk (Schuberg Philis)
  • Louise de Tremerie (North Sea Port)
  • Ilse Verdonck (Multimodaal.Vlaanderen)
  • Roy van den Berg (CE Delft)
  • Jan-Peter Müller (Müller Fresh Food Logistics)
  • Jeroen Bolt (Joint Corridors Off-Road)
  • Paul Poppink (TLN)
  • Wim Roks (Simon Loos)
  • Elisabeth Post (TLN, Logistieke Alliantie)
  • Hanno Reeser (H.essers)
  • Jeroen van den Ende (Port of Zwolle)
  • Greet van Melkebeke (Randstad)
  • Thomas Kandou (Serious Work)
  • Eduard Backer (Inland Terminal Group)
  • Jo Cijnsman (Metamaze)
  • Hans Verboven (Sustacon)
  • Peter Pardoel (Supply Chain Valley)
  • Chris Danckaerts (De Vlaamse Waterweg)
  • Nicolas Maes (Royal Dirkzwager)
  • Geert de Wilde (Nxtport)
  • Willem Nieuwland (Hyster-Yale Group)
  • Donald Baan (Portbase)
  • Roland Verbraak (BTT)
  • Nychel l’Ami (Docspro)
  • John Peters (Nokavision)
  • John Osmant (Brigade Elektronik)
  • Maarten Kleverlaan (Topa Verpakkingen)
  • André Filippetti (THAR)
  • Roben Lohmanns (ShipEx)
  • Karel Smits (VDL Automated Vehicles)

Will we see you there? You can register via this link.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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