See you in Bremen! PCJ Live is a wrap!
Reshaping the supply chain is the main theme of the upcoming Project Cargo Summit 2023 to be held on September 6-7 in Bremen. After years of studio broadcast, the event is going on the road, bringing project cargo and breakbulk professionals under one roof.
In addition, this year’s edition of Project Cargo Summit will run in parallel with RailFreight Connects, providing guests from the entire supply chain a chance to meet and discuss burning topics and find solutions to the challenges.
There will be plenty of challenges for the supply chain in the coming years. We have first witnessed shifts and changes through Covid, then the war in Ukraine and now we are seeing a return to somewhat normal business. But the experts speaking at the Project Cargo Summit will give the clear overview of what that ‘normal’ is nowadays and where each sector is heading.
Environmental regulations and policies to produce much more energy from renewable sources will further stress the supply chain. Environmental regulations will have an effect on shipping and how carriers and shipowners operate their vessels. There is still an urgent need for tonnage as the current fleet and the supply chain capacity is not strong enough to bring to fruition all the ambitious targets set forth by governments across Europe and the world. And on that path to decarbonised shipping, no one is yet ready to commit to a single fuel source, as no one has the silver bullet.
This and some more topics have been discussed during the PCJ Live webinar on Thursday from our Rotterdam studio. In case you missed it, fear not, as the video is available for everyone who could not be with us live. You can request the replay through the form below. Also, once you find the little easter egg in the video, you can register for Project Cargo Summit 2023 here.