Watch Project Cargo Summit 2022 Day 2 LIVE
The best solution for transporting project cargo is not always the cleanest solution. Customers are making sure that their cargo gets to its destination intact, on time, and within budget. However, voices calling for supply chain decarbonisation are getting louder.
During the second day of Project Cargo Summit 2022 we are looking at what the industry is doing, what solutions are already on the market and what needs to be done to bring cleaner options to a sustainable level.
Programme of the day:
Morning session (11:00 – 12:30)
- Rail is always an option – Maarten De Ridder (Head of International Sales at DB Cargo)
- Decarbonising with digital monitoring systems – Dan Veen (Owner/Co-founder of We4Sea)
- Decreasing the environmental footprint with innovative and financeable solutions – Maurice Van Gammeren (Commercial Manager at value Maritime)
- Are customers willing to pay for greener supply chains? – Catrien Scheers (Chair Fast Lines Belgium), Pascal Lammerts Van Bueren (Global Director Operations at Lubbers Global Freight) and Maarten De Ridder (Head of International Sales at DB Cargo)
Afternoon session – Developments in Turkey, Africa and South America creating demand for project cargo (15:00 – 16:00)
- Turkey as a new production and export hub – Jeroen De Ryck (Global Business Unit Manager, Projects & Machinery at Ahlers) and Yusuf Yusufoglu (Senior Trade Manager – MPP Service at Breadbox Shipping Lines)
- Utilising Africa’s potential – Yusuf Yusufoglu (Senior Trade Manager – MPP Service at Breadbox Shipping Lines), Betina Gbadago (Managing Director · Portside Togo) and Bas De Vaal (Director · Portside International)
- How does South America cater to the demand? – Murilo Caldana (Project Director at FOX Brasil) and Renato Mello (Expert in project logistics with 15 years of experience)