It’s nearly that time again: transport logistic, the international trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management, will open its doors on the Munich exhibition grounds from May 9 to 12, 2023.
Around 2,300 exhibitors from 67 countries (2019: 2,374 exhibitors from 63 countries) will present their services, products and innovations on an area covering 127,000 square meters – spread across ten halls (B1 to B6, A3 to A6) as well as the outdoor space with its track area. Around 1,375 companies, which means 60 percent, are coming from outside of Germany. As such, in terms of exhibitors, the event is more international than ever this year.
transport logistic will be opened by Federal Minister for Transport, Dr. Volker Wissing. This shows how important transport logistic is on the political agenda – not least because this is the place to discuss topics such as combustion transit, infrastructure and supply chain legislation, to name just three of the 56 sessions in the conference program.
There will also be a premiere this year: The newly created Campus Plaza in Hall B2 offers a meeting point at which established companies and start-ups can present themselves together. Focused on one topic at a time, the participants will meet experts here every day and learn about the latest approaches in the areas of sustainability, alternative drives, start-ups, jobs and careers. More information about the Campus Plaza is available at https://transportlogistic.de/en/visitors/highlights/campus-plaza/
Another highlight is the pavilion of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK). Under this roof, a total of 17 young and innovative companies from the fields of IT / telematics, e-business and telecommunication will present their work in Hall A3.
In the international pavilions, too, transport logistic once again is recording a high level of participation. This year, a total of 27 joint contributions from around 20 countries offer smaller companies the opportunity to present themselves and their products to an international audience.
The world’s leading air cargo trade fair, air cargo Europe, continues to be a success story and is also characterized by a high level of internationality The exhibition integrated into transport logistic will occupy around 14,000 square meters, namely the entirety of Hall B1 and – due to the high demand – part of Hall B2.