AntwerpXL is returning to the Antwerp Expo in Belgium from November 28-30.
Upwards of 3,700 delegates will attend the event from a range of companies in the breakbulk, project cargo and heavy lift supply chain, including executives from Caterpillar, Vestas, Shell, Solvay, Sumitomo, thyssenkrupp, Desmet Ballestra, Siemens, Storaenso, ArcelorMittal.
In addition to three-day main deck conference, there will be plenty of opportunities for networking with the likes of C. Steinweg, Conti-Lines, MSC, Mammoet, Spliethoff, Fednav, BBC Chartering, Konecranes, Varamar and Zuidnatie, among others.
Visitors will also have the chance to attend an exclusive tour of the port of Antwerp-Bruges, a recruitment day, a champagne reception, an after-party, and project cargo forwarding training sessions.
Margaret Dunn, portfolio director at AntwerpXL, said: “Antwerp has one of the busiest maritime ports in the world, which handled over 12 million tonnes of breakbulk last year. The port of Antwerp-Bruges hosts 1,400 companies and has over 15 terminals dedicated to breakbulk.
“Building on the success of last year, AntwerpXL 2023 will have more exhibitors, more knowledge sharing, and more opportunities to network and do business.”