Less than a week until the Project Cargo Summit

Project Cargo Summit preview with Ahlers and G2 Ocean

Photo source: Danny Cornelissen

It is less than a week to go until experts from across the chain join us in ProMedia Studios in Rotterdam for the next edition of the Project Cargo Summit. In the lead-up to the event we have already asked some of our speakers for their opinion on the market.

We have touched on the subject of the logistics puzzle with Jeroen De Ryck director of projects and machinery division at Ahlers, as well as the project cargo market developments and predictions with Kent-Ove Jacobsen, business development manager project cargo at G2 Ocean. You can join both speakers free and follow their discussions on solving the logistics puzzle and creating a predictable supply chain with a whole panel of top-tier guest from companies like DB Cargo, Samskip and Maersk.

To whet your appetite, here are a couple of interviews readied and published in preparation for the Project Cargo Summit.

Ahlers predicts acceptable rates to return on long term, pre-Covid levels unlikely

Belgian logistics solutions provider Ahlers is certainly feeling the effects of high charter rates, and the lack of availability of equipment and space on vessels. Asked by Project Cargo Journal how this affects the operation at Ahlers, the company’s director of projects and machinery division, Jeroen De Ryck simply said, “A lot! We are getting rates now that are ten times higher than in the normal market. Even more of a problem is the fact that we can’t even get the equipment, or the guarantee that we can sail at this price level which is already incredibly high.”

G2 Ocean sees Southeast Asia, Africa rising to project cargo prominence

Bergen-headquartered G2 Ocean, a major player in the open hatch and dry bulk segments, believes that Southeast Asia and Africa will gain in importance for the project cargo industry. This is due to the fact that more and more production of equipment is moving from China to Southeast Asia while there is increasing investments into Africa.

Book your virtual seat in the Project Cargo Summit audience

Despite being less than a week out, it is still possible to register as a viewer of the Project Cargo Summit. The best part is that the registration is free and it will allow you to follow the discussion live as well as ask your questions to the expert speakers.

Registered users will also receive links to the videos once these are made available. Don’t miss out, register now!

Project Cargo Summit online tackles the issue of facilitating growth within the segment. Our speakers will focus on finding solutions to accommodate the rise in scale, as well as the need to develop next-generation transport solutions, including advancements in digitalisation.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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