19 – 20 June 2019
Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg
With the development of rail networks in the Middle East and $billions pumped into the transport sector, the GCC is set to see an exponential growth in intermodal transport. Looking into an array of topics, Middle East Intermodal 2019 will span issues on cross border regulation to freight transport safety.
The current investments by governments for improved connectivity across the transport sector is expected to change the dynamics of trade in the region. In a bid to connect the region’s largest ports, 35,000km of planned railway networks is to be added in the Middle East within the next five years. As it stands, Saudi Arabia’s sea ports constitute to the region’s largest port network.
Cargo operators, carriers and forwarders
Security, customs and tracking
Handling infrastructure & equipment
Supply chain systems/ MIS
Ports, Airports & Distribution parks
Consultants and legal
Freight, insurance and finance
Operations management software and services