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Transport logistic 2007 on course for expansion


source: author: time:2007-08-21  

Transport logistic will be even bigger in 2007. Between 12 and 15 June 2007 this international trade fair will be taking up a total of seven exhibition halls at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre. That´s one more hall than at the last event, or 15% more exhibition space.

“The many registrations received so far for 2007 lead us to expect that next year´s event will be even bigger,” said Eugen Egetenmeir, a member of the Management Board of Messe München. On a global front, too, this International Trade Fair for Logistics, Telematics and Transport is already attracting great interest: For the first time there will be pavilions of exhibitors from Russia and the US, as well as the now traditional joint presentations from the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Lithuania and the Czech Republic. In recent weeks the US Department of Commerce (USDoC) has officially certified transport logistic and included it its portfolio of recommended trade fairs.

Transport logistic 2007 in Munich covers the whole spectrum of transport and logistics – from systems and services for freight transport, to logistics, telematics and intralogistics and everything in between. Forwarders, state and privately owned railway companies, inland and maritime ports plus airlines from all over the world will be exhibiting here, showing visitors how freight can be transported quickly and cost-effectively by road, rail, air and water. The field of air cargo and Air Cargo Europe will be even have its own hall at transport logistic. Exhibiting here will be companies offering intermodal transport systems, as well as shipping companies, airports, courier, express and parcel services.

On the tracks on the open-air site, leading companies will be showcasing their latest wagons and locomotives for rail transport. The manufacturers of commercial vehicles will also be presenting their new solutions for tomorrow´s road transport challenges.

Transport logistic also offers an overview of IT solutions designed to improve efficiency and transparency in warehouse, transport, production and distribution operations. Supply chain management enhances integration along the entire logistics chain across all departmental and corporate boundaries. Another section of the exhibition is devoted to intralogistics (warehouse management). This shows how raw materials and component supplies can be delivered to machines on a just-in-time basis, in order to minimise the amount of capital locked up in these stages, maximise the cost-efficiency of warehouse space and make sure the goods arrive at the customer´s undamaged. Visitors to transport logistic 2007 can also look forward to reviewing new innovations in barcodes and RFID (radio frequency identification), automation and packaging.

About transport logistic
The 11th international trade fair for logistics, telematics and transport (12 to 15 June 2007 in Munich) presents the whole specturm of the transport and logistics industry – telematics, in-company transport and material flow, logistics and freight transport. The fair aims to be a practical forum for information gathering and exchange in the diversely structured field of transporting freight – by road, rail, water and air. The visitor target groups of the fair are service-providers and decision-makers from the transport business, from industry, trade assocations and freight logistics. In 2005 transport logistic attracted 1,333 exhibitors and around 40,000 visitors from a total of 103 countries. The statistics for the fair are independently audited on behalf of the Gesellschaft zur Freiwilligen Kontrolle vonMesse- und Ausstellungszahlen (FKM), a society for the voluntary control of fair and exhibition statistics.

About Messe München International MMI
Messe München International (MMI) is one of the world´s leading trade-fair organisations. It organises around 40 trade fairs for capital and consumer goods, and new technology. Over 30,000 exhibitors from more than 100 countries, and over two million visitors from more than 200 countries take part each year in the trade fairs in Munich. In addition, MMI organises trade fairs in Asia, Russia, the Middle East and in South America. With five subsidiaries abroad and 66 foreign representatives covering 89 countries, MMI has a truly global network.

Further information: www.transportlogistic.de

Press contact:
Petra Gagel
Tel.: +49 89 / 9 49-20244, Fax: +49 89 / 9 49-20249
E-mail: petra.gagel@messe-muenchen.de


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