Around 50 companies from the port, transport and logistics sector in Hamburg and the region will be presenting their services under the joint “Gateway Hamburg” banner at transport logistic 2013, the world’s largest logistics trade fair being held in Munich from 4 to 7 June. The variety of exhibitors reflects Hamburg’s broad range of services as a universal port and logistics hub: Terminals for container, bulk cargo and multi-purpose shipments, shipping companies and liner agents, rail operators, transport providers, container packing firms, customs agents, experts on hazardous goods, chemicals and the environment, initial and further training institutes, and much more. The stand organized by Port of Hamburg Marketing and Logistics Initiative Hamburg is located in the middle of Hall B3 (Stand 209/310). A total of over 1900 exhibitors from all over the world are expected at transport logistic on the Neue Messe München site.
Punctually to coincide with transport logistic 2013, Port of Hamburg Marketing is going online with its new PORTlog business portal for storage, transport and cargo services. Following far-reaching upgrades, this online tool is being released for public use on the fair stand at Munich. An additional attraction is the “Gateway Hamburg Trade Fair Talk” that will host round-table discussions between representatives of the port and logistics sectors, public administration and politics during the days of the fair.
The “Gateway Hamburg” stand at the trade fair covers 950 square metres, on which the Hamburg Port Authority, Hamburger Hafen and Logistik AG (HHLA) and BUSS Group are represented by distinct areas of their own. This is one of the largest exhibitor areas at this international trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management.
Further exhibitors are: Brunsbüttel Ports, C. Steinweg (Süd-West Terminal), China Shipping Agency (Germany), Delta Shipping Agency, Emons Rail Cargo, Meyer’s Sohn, HPTI Hamburg Port Training Institute, IGS Logistics Group Holding, the Institute for BSFV at the Hamburg High School for Applied Sciences Hamburg, INTTRA, ma-co maritimes competenzcentrum, PCH Packing Center Hamburg, Porath Customs Agents, Saco Shipping, Seaexpress Logistics, Swan Container Line, TB Logistik, TCI International Logistics, TCO Transcargo, Team Lines trading as Delphis Logistics Deutschland, Walter Lauk Ewerführerei, UMCO Umwelt Consult, vesseltracker.com, WCT World Container Trading and ZIM Germany.