MMI Asia, event organiser of transport logistic and air cargo Southeast Asia, has announced that ‘supply chain resilience, digitalisation and sustainability’ will the main themes for this year’s event, which is scheduled on 1-3 November.
The event, which will happen for the first time in Singapore, is set to gather key decision makers in the region for three days of conference and daily exhibition featuring the likes of DHL, dnata, Gebrüder Weiss, Incheon International Airport, Jettainer and Singapore Airlines.
Gracing the event for the opening address will be Alvin Tan, Minister of State, Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth & Ministry of Trade and Industry for Singapore, as well as German representative Oliver Luksic, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Digital Affairs and Transport.
With nearly 50 listed sessions, the conference programme will be free of charge for all exhibitors and visitors and will kick off with a keynote speech on supply chain strategies by author and logistics expert Mark Millar. Other highlights include country sessions by Singapore, Germany, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia, which will take place on the first two days of the fair.
On the last day of the international trade fair, the Project Cargo Conference will take place simultaneously with the event, where participants will discuss the ongoing trends, challenges and opportunities in general cargo and heavy lift in Southeast Asia.