A good six months before it opens, things are looking extremely good for transport logistic, which will take place from May 9 to 12, 2023 at the exhibition center in Munich: The leading International Exhibition for Logistics, Mobility, IT and Supply Chain Management expects to fill ten halls again and will cover an exhibition area totaling around 110,000 square meters (B1 to B6 and A3 to A6, as well as the open-air site and rail tracks in the eastern part of the exhibition grounds).
Numerous big names in the industry like Dachser, DB Schenker, DHL, DP World, DSV, Geodis, Maersk, Kühne + Nagel or Rhenus have already registered. New additions include companies such as Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, TST from Worms, and Arkas Lojistik from Turkey.
air cargo Europe is also looking good so far. The exhibition for the global air cargo industry, integrated into transport logistic, is already in such high demand that a number of companies, as was the case in 2019, will have to be placed in Hall B2.
Stefan Rummel, CEO Messe München, is pleased “that so many well-known companies will be back again at transport logistic next year. The feedback from our customers on air cargo Europe is also a great sign and shows once more how important specialized trade fairs are. This is where decision makers from all over the world meet for a few days to discuss and do business.”
Uwe Brinks, CEO DHL Freight, can only confirm that: “transport logistic is one of the world’s leading logistics trade fairs for meeting customers and partners, and discussing important developments and trends in the industry. After a break due to the pandemic, we are looking forward to being able to welcome numerous guests again to our trade fair stand to present innovations and solutions for tomorrow’s logistics.” Dr Sigrid Evelyn Nikutta, DB Board Member for Freight Transport and Chairwoman of the Management Board of DB Cargo AG says: "transport logistic is the world's largest trade fair for logistics and mobility. The industry is finally united again! We look forward to exchanging ideas with our customers and showing that goods belong on the rails."