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AntwerpXL plans conference agenda

The organiser behind the AntwerpXL exhibition, Easyfairs, has teamed up with Meantime Communications to finalise the seminar and content programme for the three-day event.

“Innovation, digitisation, and lessons from the disruptors will top the agenda at the AntwerpXL exhibition and conference at the Antwerp Expo, Belgium, from May 7 - 9, 2019,” said Easyfairs.

The exhibition and conference, run in association with the port of Antwerp, will provide a platform for the maritime breakbulk industry to network and includes a two-day programme of panel discussions, keynotes, and seminars tackling challenges and opportunities for the industry.

Emma Murray, founder and ceo of Meantime Communications, said: “As well as our focus on innovation, we will be looking to champion diversity in the industry, providing a platform for the next generation of leaders to network and learn from each other.

According to Easyfairs, the seminar and content programme will be published shortly.

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