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Breakbulk Europe kicks off

More than 550 exhibitors are preparing for the start of this year’s Breakbulk Europe exhibition, which kicks off later today in Bremen. 

This is the second time the exhibition will be held in the German city, with the event organiser – ITE Group –confirming that it will return once again to Messe Bremen in 2020. 

The event will be officially opened by Mayor Dr Carsten Sieling, president of the Senate of the Federal State of Bremen, along with senator Martin Günthner, minister of economic affairs, labour and ports for the Federal State of Bremen; Robert Howe, managing director of bremenports; and Nick Davison, portfolio director for ITE Group. 

The exhibition also features a two-day conference with two themed areas: the main stage in hall four will focus on business strategy, case studies and sector-specific issues, while the new tech and innovation hub in hall six will look at tools for change and their implementation. 

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