Breakbulk Middle East 2024

Partner Feature Event

Monday, 12th February By Jennifer Patricio

Held under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (MOEI UAE), Breakbulk Middle East, held its official press conference today in anticipation of the upcoming 2024 edition of its conference and exhibition. Notable industry leaders from the Ministry, DP World, Abu Dhabi Ports Group, , and other esteemed organisations in the UAE gathered to reaffirm BBME’s commitment to facilitate the expansion of the industry in new markets, and catalyse the progress of the sector across the globe.

Scheduled to take place on 12-13 February 2024 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the event promises to offer its attendees a wealth of networking opportunities with potential business partners, service providers, and project owners, both locally and internationally.

Realising the significance of the sector to the economy of the UAE, and the role BBME plays in strengthening its presence in the region; DP World will once again serve as the host port of the event for the fourth consecutive year.

As one of the industry’s most awaited events due to its unmatched capabilities in uniting the sector under one roof, the event will provide an ideal platform for companies and authorities from across the region to engage in dialogue and devise innovative solutions to aid progress. The event will also encourage collaboration and foster high-value deals, as attendees will have the opportunity to network with leaders who have decision-making ability and purchasing power.

BBME 2022’s power-packed line-up of speakers comprises renowned individuals representing some of the biggest transport and logistics organisations in the region. The conference programme will help attendees identify and analyse opportunities for growth in new markets, and understand the right way forward from industry experts.

Building on its history of successful editions, Breakbulk Middle East has garnered the trust and support of key sector players such as  DP World, AD Ports Group, ASYAD Group, DHL, MSC, DSV, QTerminals, MOVERS, AAL Shipping, Hareket, Milaha – Qatar Navigation, among others.

Save the date for this groundbreaking event, where industry leaders and stakeholders will converge to chart the course for the future of breakbulk and project cargo in the Middle East.

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