Breakbulk Middle East 2019 aspires towards strengthening industry prospects
Breakbulk Middle East, an annual conference and exhibition that gathers key industry figures and experts from around the world to converge and share innovative ideas, is all set for its fourth edition to take place in Dubai from 11th February to 12th February 2019, at the Dubai World Trade Center. The yearly platform provides an interactive platform to connect and network with shippers, carriers and heavy transport specialists; generating informed discussions on the opportunities and challenges facing the global and regional project cargo sector.
Held under the patronage of H.E Dr. Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi, the UAE Minister of Infrastructure Development and the Chairman of Federal Transport Authority for Land and Maritime, and hosted by UAE-based global marine terminal operator DP World, the event plays a pivotal role in aiding collaborations and partnerships across the sector, fueling growth opportunities worldwide.
With the Expo 2020 drawing closer and the increased demand for project cargo, this conference is one of its kind in the region and the world, continuing to add imperative value to discussions and ideas. H.E Dr. Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi, the UAE Minister of Infrastructure Development and the Chairman of Federal Transport Authority for Land and Maritime said, “Breakbulk is an event that takes place globally but the Middle East edition is exceptional; supported tremendously by government authorities and international companies. This is a very significant time for the maritime industry and Breakbulk Middle East will serve to shape the future of the sector through exchange of valuable ideas.”
Eng. Ahmed Al Khouri, Director-General of the Federal Authority for Land and Maritime Transport added, “Breakbulk Middle East serves to endorse our efforts geared towards actively supporting the UAE Vision 2021, providing opportunities for improved infrastructure development of land and maritime transport.”
Sponsored by loyal key partners, such as King Abdullah Port, Abu Dhabi Ports, Agility, Bahri Logistics, KDL Logistics, MICCO, COSCO Shipping and Port of Salalah, both conference and expo guarantee face-to-face opportunities to discuss these topics in greater depth.