Topic: Project Cargo Summit

PCS 2022: MPP fleet in urgent need of renewal

PCS 2022: MPP fleet in urgent need of renewal

VideoWith European appetite for alternative energy sources growing as well as its offshore wind targets reaching new heights, it is becoming more and more obvious that the MPP fleet serving the project logistics sector will...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

PCS 2022: Geopolitical Challenges in Energy

PCS 2022During this fifth edition of the Project Cargo Summit (PCS), Lucia van Geuns of The Hague Center of Strategic Studies, gave a presentation covering the global energy context, the current energy crisis and the new geopolitical landscape...Read more
|Comment|author: Emma Dailey
Watch Project Cargo Summit 2022 Day 2 LIVE

Watch Project Cargo Summit 2022 Day 2 LIVE

Live VideoThe 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...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

PCS 2022: Day 1 morning session highlights

The first day of Project Cargo Summit has come to a close. Broadcasted from the Promedia Group studios in Rotterdam, guest speakers were able to join both physically and via video conference, to discuss this...Read more
|Comment|author: Emma Dailey
Project Cargo Summit 2021 is a wrap

Project Cargo Summit 2021 is a wrap

Representatives from various modalities within the project cargo and breakbulk supply chain joined us live in our Rotterdam studios during the three days of the Project Cargo Summit.Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

Breakbulk Middle East cancelled for 2021

EventsBreakbulk Middle East is the first Covid-19 casualty of the planned breakbulk events this year. The postponement of the event to next year follows hot on the heels of the cancellation of Transport Logistic 2021...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic

BIMCO: Sharp rebound in shipping unlikely

At the Project Cargo Summit, taking place on 23 and 24 September, Peter Sand of BIMCO presented his outlook for project cargo, heavy lift and breakbulk shipping. He sees ‘an industry under pressure’. Yet, there...Read more
|Comment|author: Adnan Bajic