Multimodal welcomes 9,200 visitors

This year’s Multimodal exhibition and conference welcomed more than 9,200 visitors as challenges and opportunities in a post-Brexit logistics landscape headed discussions.
The three-day at the Birmingham in the UK saw 92 executives share insights on key topics including Blockchain, warehouse robotics, Brexit, airfreight opportunities and port strategy during the free-to-attend seminar series.
Meanwhile, the FTA Multimodal Awards, held on the evening of the first day, attracted a record number of entries in its four-year history, with more than 650 VIPs attending the gala dinner.
“Multimodal provides an innovative platform for suppliers and buyers to meet, grow business, and learn from the experts, and with so many exhibitors already signed up for next year, we are already looking forward to another great show,” said Robert Jervis, Logistics Portfolio Director, Clarion Events.
Next year’s Multimodal will take place between June 18 and 20 once again at the Birmingham NEC.

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