28.5.2024 | Logistics

Bigger, better and more relevant than ever – countdown to Multimodal 2024

The logistics expo brings together the best the sector has to offer. It provides a welcome chance to catch up with old industry colleagues, foster new relationships, and work together to keep Britain moving.  

With visitor numbers for Multimodal 2024 soaring (data is showing a 33% increase in visitor registrations) thanks to this year’s best-in-class conference programme and exhibition, the organisers of the UK’s leading intermodal exhibition are also delighted to confirm an impressive 17% rise in the number of companies who have signed up to exhibit.

Offering both a jam-packed and informative conference programme (featuring 140 speakers) reflecting those big topics currently contemplated by corporate giants, SMEs and start-ups alike, themes being covered across the show’s four conference theatres include:

  • Peak Season Preview 2024: Navigating UK Container Shipping Dynamics
  • Artificial Intelligence Revolutionizing Multimodal Logistics: Paving the Way for Seamless Freight Mobility
  • Net zero: Will we decarbonise the road freight sector in time?
  • Mission Possible – Net Zero Shipping & Logistics
  • Why Does the UK lead the world in eCommerce
  • Revolutionising Transport Logistics: Exploring Alternative Fuel Paths
  • Incentives for Modal Shift – How can we get more goods on rail
  • How to lead from the front on customs compliance amid changing UK-EU regulations

As we approach the logistics show of the year, event director Robert Jervis announces, “With both Guy Opperman MP, Minister for Roads and Local Transport and Bill Esterson MP, the Shadow Transport (Roads) Minister speaking on the first day of the show, the grand finale of Multimodal 2024 on 13th June will be graced by the presence of Her Royal Highness, Princess Royal, adding a touch of regal prestige to our event.

“Attending in her capacity as Patron of Transaid, the international development charity founded by Save the Children, and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), Her Royal Highness’s visit underscores the deep and long-standing relationship forged between ourselves and Transaid over the last fifteen years. Not only is Transaid the official charity of Multimodal, but many of our clients are proud corporate sponsors of the organisation and its efforts.”

Multimodal 2024 brings together the best the logistics sector has to offer. It also provides a welcome chance to catch up with old industry colleagues, foster new relationships, and work together to keep Britain moving.  

For all those who haven’t already registered, there is no charge for attending Multimodal 2024 and signing up is as easy as clicking here.