The Scandria Alliance and its members from Berlin-Brandenburg and Hamburg were present at the world’s leading trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management.
From 9 to 12 May 2023, Messe München opened its doors again for transport logistic after a pandemic-related break of four years. Around 2,300 exhibitors from 67 countries presented their services, products and innovations during this trade show, which is being considered a leading platform for international networking in the logistics industry. The German Scandria Alliance regions Berlin-Brandenburg and Hamburg were prominently represented at the trade fair.
Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg: hall B4, stands 317/418
Brandenburg and Berlin have firmly established themselves among the top German logistics locations. More than 25 exhibitors from economy and science as well as exciting innovations took part in the joint stand of the German Capital Region. The spectrum ranges from the last path to alternative fuels including battery replacement technologies to autonomous robots and vehicles. And, of course, it was all about topics such as the digital transformation of logistic processes as well as logistics in rural areas and the shift to waterways and rail.
The Cluster Transport, Mobility and Logistics organised an extensive stage programme at the joint stand of the Capital Region. As part of the lecture series “Towards climate-neutral logistics: alternative drives in freight transport”, Tommi Vollmann, Head of Scandria Alliance Secretariat, presented the Scandria Alliance and its current activities in the fields of urban nodes, clean fuels as well as multimodal transport on Thursday, 11 May, between 10 and 12 AM.
GATEWAY Hamburg: hall B3, stands 209/310
Scandria Alliance associate members Port of Hamburg Marketing and Logistics Initiative Hamburg also participated with one of the largest stands at the fair. At the GATEWAY HAMBURG joint stand, a total of around 50 companies from Hamburg and the Hamburg metropolitan region showcased the diversity of the transport and logistics industry and the significance of Hamburg as a European port and logistics hub at the crossroad of two trans-European transport corridors.
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