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Antwerp XL reveals initial exhibitor list

Launched just eight weeks ago, the latest exhibition for the breakbulk sector, Antwerp XL, has already signed up some blue-chip names from the heavy lift and project forwarding sector as exhibitors.

Hosted by lead partner, the port of Antwerp, the inaugural event will be held in the city from May 7-9, 2019.

Exhibitors already on board include: American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier; Aneka; Belgo Iberian Maritime; Boeckmans België; Breadbox Shipping Lines; Conti 7 / Conti Lines; Empros Lines; Euroports Belgium; Fednav; Global ISL; Gosselin Logistics; Grimaldi; Gsez Ports; Herfurth Logistics, Houcon; IMS Shipping; Kestrel Group; Liburnia Maritime; Manora Logistics; MBM Consultancy; Niledutch; Nova Natie; Ovet; Plant Speed; Polytra International Logistic; port Of Duqm; PSA Breakbulk; Rollit Cargo; Shweikini Group; Solvo Europe; Universal Africa Lines; and Wijngaard Natie.

The Project Professionals Group (PPG) is now confirmed as a partner to the event and chairman, Kevin Stephens, says that the network will be hosting seminars and workshops at the event.

www.easyfairs.com/antwerp-xl-2019

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