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Breakbulk Europe
Antwerp, Belgium - May 22-24, 2012
Exhibition / trade show

Breakbulk Europe is the largest and most important gathering in Europe for companies involved in the shipping of heavy-lift, project cargo and traditional breakbulk cargoes. It is where shippers have the opportunity to meet and develop relationships with the leading specialized carriers, forwarders, ports, terminals and packers who have the expertise and resources to handle oversized cargoes with unique handling requirements.

Exhibitors include the world’s major carriers, forwarders and ports that handle specialized heavy-lift, project and breakbulk cargoes. In addition to a bustling exhibition floor, Breakbulk Europe will feature a 2-day conference with top speakers addressing industry issues. The in-depth program will delve into today’s most pressing breakbulk transportation topics. Speakers will also discuss the hottest regions for breakbulk and project cargo, and review sectors such as oil and gas, and other power generation markets.

Don’t miss out on this key industry conference & exhibition.

Over 4300 participants attended Breakbulk Europe 2011
Meet with over 180 international exhibitors and sponsors
Network and debate in the senior level conference

May 22-24, 2012

Antwerp Exposition Centre

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