Multimodal 2015 is set to be the biggest in the show’s eight-year history, as its Awards evening grows to include categories celebrating young people and women
Over 90 new exhibitors will be joining a total of up to 300 leading logistics firms showcasing innovation at this year’s Multimodal Exhibition and Conference, from April 28th to the 30th, at the Birmingham NEC.
APL Logistics, Clipper Logistics, and DFDS are just three of the Blue Chip companies set to welcome over 7800 supply chain decision makers at the UK and Ireland’s most important transport show.
Pre-registration for the free-to-attend event is already up 30 per cent from last year, and organisers are expecting 2015 to be the busiest Multimodal in the show’s eight-year history.
“Multimodal brings supply chain decision makers together with innovators and suppliers with the right experience,” said Robert Jervis, Multimodal Director.
“We are looking forward to a lively three days of networking and business opportunities for visitors and exhibitors, as well as some informative debate and useful training sessions.”
Jervis said the Multimodal Awards would feature two new categories, following their successful launch at the VIP Gala Dinner last year.
Simon Weston, OBE, will take to the stage at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on April 29th to hand over prizes for Contribution to Multimodal Development and Contribution to Environmental Sustainability, as well as Personality of the Year and Multimodal Exhibitor of the Year.
New categories include Woman of the Year and Young Logistics Professional of the Year.
“We are committed to helping our industry to find and encourage the next generation of leaders,” said Jervis.
“We think it is important to recognise talent and hard work, and shine a light on the great career opportunities on offer in transport and logistics.”
Multimodal will also host 24 workshop and seminar sessions involving 70 industry thought-leaders, including speakers from Waitrose, Boots, Lafarge Tarmac, and the co-operative.
To register and find out more about the show and the speakers visit multimodal.org.uk
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