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transport logistic 2021 – Demand from exhibitors at a very high level

transport logistic 2021 – Demand from exhibitors at a very high level

From May 4 to 7, 2021, the logistics world will meet at transport logistic in
Munich to establish, maintain and expand contacts. The demand among
exhibitors is already high. Messe München GmbH is currently in intensive
preparations with the authorities, exhibitors and service providers to ensure that the trade fair is held in accordance with all regulations next year.

The Advisory Board of Messe München also firmly believes that the leading trade fair will be the first major industry meeting in Germany since the outbreak of the global corona pandemic.

Last year Messe München succeeded in further expanding its worldwide position
and logistics portfolio. With the acquisition of air cargo Africa, air cargo India and
air cargo forum Miami, three further important and successful events enrich the
global transport logistics cluster. Due to the current corona pandemic, most of
this year’s trade fairs and congresses had to be cancelled or converted into digital formats. This also affected the events of the transport logistic cluster of
Messe München. Meanwhile, planning for the 2021 trade fair year is in full swing.
For example, 80 percent of exhibitors have already registered for transport logistic 2021.

“This year, logistics has once again underlined its importance for supplying the
economy and the population. However, local presence and personal contact are
still important. Over the years, transport logistic has developed into an important
institution for establishing business relations between international companies,”
says Axel Plaß, president of the German Freight Forwarding and Logistics Association (DSLV) and member of the Advisory Board of Messe München.

“We are closely monitoring the current developments regarding COVID-19. The
health of our visitors, exhibitors and employees is our highest priority at Messe
München. Since the outbreak of the corona virus, we have therefore increased
the necessary security measures and are constantly updating them in line with
the current situation. Due to these good preparations, we expect the global logistics industry with all participants from industry, trade and services to attend
transport logistic in Munich in May 2021,” says Stefan Rummel, managing director of Messe München.

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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