Surveying the hinterland markets: Where Europe's container hubs get in each other's way

The current developments in hinterland transport are influenced by a variety of factors: the new Silk Road has now established a link between Asia and Europe to which various port hubs are seeking access. The road networks are often overloaded and waterways are suffering from climate change, as the dry spells in autumn 2018 have shown. This means that rail freight transport is gaining in importance and the cards in the hinterland are being reshuffled.

Die Vermessung der Hinterlandmärkte: Wo sich Europas Container-Hubs in die Quere kommen© ISL

At the MariLOG conference organised by DVZ, which will take place as part of transport logistic in Munich, Dr. Sönke Maatsch, Head of Maritime Intelligence, is dedicating himself to this topic. In the afternoon of 4th June, international experts will discuss "New Rules! New Routes! New Profit Opportunities in Maritime Logistics?" in the ICM - International Congress Center Munich not only about the new challenges of the transport modes road, rail and inland waterway. The new sulphur limit from 01.01.2020 will also be examined in more detail.

Interested industry representatives are cordially invited to MariLoG, 13:30-15:00, Hall B2 Forum I, East of the ICM!

Die Vermessung der Hinterlandmärkte: Wo sich Europas Container-Hubs in die Quere kommen