Breakbulk China Exhibition Showcases 19% More Specialized Logistics Providers in 2014

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The 2014 Breakbulk China Exhibition was held successfully for the third year in Shanghai, China from March 10-13, 2014. As Asia’s largest event covering the transport of breakbulk, heavy lift and project cargo, Breakbulk China’s professional platform gathered 160 exhibitors and nearly 4000 qualified attendees in Shanghai.

Cargo owners from companies like ABB, Air Liquide, Alstom, Aramco Asia were well represented at Breakbulk China 2014. Compared with Breakbulk China 2013, a larger percentage of delegates attended from international destinations with a global reach of attendees from 78 countries.

n its first year be held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center (SWEECC), Breakbulk China 2014 encompassed 8000 square meters of exhibition space and showcased 19% more specialized logistics providers than in 2013. Exhibitors and sponsors of Breakbulk China 2014 including specialized carriers, freight forwarders, ports and terminals, packers and equipment companies that have expertise in handling oversized and heavy cargoes.

Breakbulk China’s order of events included: Krabbendam Heavy Transport & Lifting Masterclass plus the PPG Certificate in Project Forwarding, both 2-day workshops; Breakbulk Education Day, a 1-day course for students & industry freshmen; 2 full days of a bustling exhibition plus executive presentations made in the hall. In addition, special networking events included the Welcome Reception in the Exhibition Hall, the VIP Leadership Summit (by invitation only), Shanghai International Port Group Luojing Terminal Port Tour and the Breakbulk Business Run. The 4th annual Breakbulk China Exhibition will be held from March 17-20, 2015 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center.

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