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AntwerpXL conference programme finalised

Easyfairs, the company behind the upcoming AntwerpXL exhibition, has finalised the conference programme for the three-day event, which takes place from May 7-9.

Some of the speakers involved in the conference include Nataliya Maiseyenka, transportation manager project cargo – Europe, Africa, Middle East (EAME) and Eurasia at Caterpillar; Leif Arne Strømmen, vice president innovation at G2 Ocean; Dirk Visser, senior shipping consultant at Dynamar; and Roy van Eijsden, service line director advisory at WSP.

Among the variety of topics covered during the event, panellists will discuss the global economy, as well as the impact of Brexit and trade wars on different parts of the supply chain. This will be followed by a presentation that investigates how consolidation in the oil, gas and renewable energy sectors will affect the industry.

Full details of the conference programme can be found here.

www.easyfairs.com

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