Quality Cargo Networks (QCN) is positive regarding the future of in-person networking events and has outlined a number of upcoming events.


Wolfgang Karau

Wolfgang Karau, director of QCN, said: “With vaccinations under way we are confident there is light at the end of this tunnel and after having to postpone conferences, trade fair attendance and general business travel during the past two years we are hopeful to start gathering again in 2022 with several initiatives.”

For the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), Karau said a membership conference has been arranged at the Le Meridien Hotel Vienna, Austria for May 2022.

In the following week, Priority Cargo Network will have its ninth membership conference in the Hilton Hotel, Rotterdam. During the evening of that conference, the landmark Schielandshuis in Rotterdam has been secured by QCN so members of both networks can enjoy dinner.

For the remainder of that week in Rotterdam, QCN will exhibit at the Breakbulk Europe trade fair, also representing on behalf of WWPC and Priority Cargo Network.

He added: “We again look forward to meeting friends, business partners and new customers face-to-face and explore opportunities in the present market conditions. Industrial project and specialised forwarding-related activities have always played an important role in global logistics and our network member experts are ready to meet any challenge.”