AntwerpXL, the world’s only event dedicated exclusively to breakbulk, project cargo, and heavy lift, will be full of opportunities to network and do business when it opens its doors from 28 – 30 November 2023.
There will be a series of networking opportunities and bonding activities at this year’s AntwerpXL, kicking off with an opening ceremony on the first day.
On the morning of day two, delegates will have the opportunity to participate in the 53rd BUSINESSRUN to AntwerpXL, a great way to tour Antwerp on foot while networking with likeminded people.
Also on day two, all project cargo owners and exhibitors will be invited to a VIP champagne reception. There’ll be late night networking once the exhibition officially closes and Konecranes will be throwing an after-party.
The entire event will be supported by AntwerpXL Connect, an easy-to-use app that facilitates one-to-one meetings between delegates.
These networking opportunities come on top of a whole host of features at the event, including the two-day Main Deck Conference, an exclusive tour of the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, an opportunity to train and receive the PPG Project Forwarding Certificate, a recruitment day and a very special session aimed at bridging the talent gap.
Margaret Dunn, Portfolio Director at AntwerpXL, says, “AntwerpXL is more than an exhibition, it’s an opportunity to come together as an industry. It is, after all, the only event in the world dedicated exclusively to breakbulk, project cargo and heavy lift, and it’s hosted right in the global heart of the industry.
“Over the years, a lot of introductions and deals have been made at AntwerpXL, and we want to continue to facilitate that as much as possible. That’s why there are more opportunities to rub shoulders with your peers this year than ever before.” Click here for more information or to register to visit or exhibit at AntwerpXL 2023.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/18092023/join-antwerpxl-2023-for-countless-business-opportunities/
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