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Breakbulk Europe returning to Bremen in 2020

The organisers of the Breakbulk Europe conference and exhibition confirmed that the event will, for the third consecutive year, return to Bremen.

Martin Günthner (left), Minister of Economic Affairs, Labour and Ports of the Federal State of Bremen, Germany, and Nick Davison, portfolio director for Breakbulk Events, ITE Group, sign the agreement for Breakbulk Europe to return to Bremen in 2020.

Breakbulk Europe 2020 will take place at Messe Bremen, between May 26-28.

“We are glad that we were able to convince ITE to come to Bremen for the third year in a row and to give us the chance to be a great host again for this wonderful show with more than 10,000 exhibitors and visitors,” said Martin Günthner, minister of economic affairs, labour and ports of the Federal State of Bremen.

This year’s event will take place on May 21-23.

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