Event Programme

17 May - 19 May

Tuesday 17th May

Wednesday 18th May

Networking Events

18 May

10:00 - 10:50

The Floyd Restaurant, Rotterdam Ahoy


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 10:00 05/18/2022 10:50 Women in Breakbulk Breakfast: Europe Edition In a predominantly male-dominated industry, women are steadily making their mark. To encourage further inclusion, Breakbulk Europe will host a Women in Breakbulk Breakfast on Wednesday morning. This is a meeting place for women make connections with female colleagues from around the world on the opening morning of Breakbulk Europe, and then have the opportunity to meet up over the days of the event.

Please note that a separate registration is required to attend this event, which you can access here
The Floyd Restaurant, Rotterdam Ahoy Europe/London

Networking Events

Women in Breakbulk Breakfast: Europe Edition

In a predominantly male-dominated industry, women are steadily making their mark. To encourage further inclusion, Breakbulk Europe will host a Women in Breakbulk Breakfast on Wednesday morning. This is a meeting place for women make connections with female colleagues from around the world on the opening morning of Breakbulk Europe, and then have the opportunity to meet up over the days of the event.

Please note that a separate registration is required to attend this event, which you can access here

Moderators

Alexa Sinyachova
CEO & Founder , Moeco
Gina Panayiotou
Founder & CEO , Oceans Arena
Leslie Meredith
Marketing & Media Director , Breakbulk Events & Media
Sophie von Sahr
Global Chartering Director , GEODIS

Speakers

Alexa Sinyachova
CEO & Founder , Moeco

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Breakbulk Main Stage

The Breakbulk Main Stage will showcase business opportunities, strategy and answers to the most pressing questions facing the industry. It will feature leading breakbulk and project executives from around the globe who will provide insights into the latest business and trade intelligence, as well as delve deeper into key markets, sectors and challenges affecting the whole supply chain. Join the conversation over these two days as we analyse industry megatrends, look at how the project cargo industry is adapting to the new normal post COVID-19 and discover where the next project cargo business opportunities will come from.


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18 May

10:45 - 11:00

All Halls


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 10:45 05/18/2022 11:00 Opening Remarks All Halls Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Opening Remarks

Speakers

Matthijs Van Doorn
Vice President Commercial , Port of Rotterdam Authority
Victoria Pope
Head of Content, Retail, Manufacturing & Engineering Division , Hyve Group

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18 May

11:00 - 11:30

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 11:00 05/18/2022 11:30 Global Economic Outlook – How Does It Impact the Breakbulk Community? In an unpredictable global economy, there is reason to understand what makes or breaks the breakbulk and project cargo markets going forward. This first session will evaluate economic forecasts in key economies, provide an update on trade tensions, Covid 19, and insights into whether clearer pictures of policy may open up growth in Europe. Looking ahead to the trends that will shape the industry throughout the remainder of 2022 and into the next decade, this session is a must attend for all.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Global Economic Outlook – How Does It Impact the Breakbulk Community?

In an unpredictable global economy, there is reason to understand what makes or breaks the breakbulk and project cargo markets going forward. This first session will evaluate economic forecasts in key economies, provide an update on trade tensions, Covid 19, and insights into whether clearer pictures of policy may open up growth in Europe. Looking ahead to the trends that will shape the industry throughout the remainder of 2022 and into the next decade, this session is a must attend for all. 

Speakers

Carly Fields
News Editor , Breakbulk Events & Media
Johan-Paul Verschuure
Project Director , Rebel Group

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18 May

11:50 - 12:10

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 11:50 05/18/2022 12:10 The MPV Fleet: Examining the Potential Shortfall With increasing uncertainty around capacity and the lack of new builds on order in the MPV sector, many are projecting a short fall in the near future. This session will examine the drivers around capacity issues and give some insight into what we can expect in the future in terms of MPV capacity and availability. Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

The MPV Fleet: Examining the Potential Shortfall

With increasing uncertainty around capacity and the lack of new builds on order in the MPV sector, many are projecting a short fall in the near future. This session will examine the drivers around capacity issues and give some insight into what we can expect in the future in terms of MPV capacity and availability.

Speakers

Susan Oatway
Senior Analyst, Multipurpose & Breakbulk Shipping , Drewry

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18 May

12:10 - 12:50

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 12:10 05/18/2022 12:50 Managing Rates and Capacity: What is ‘Normal’? Following directly on from Susan’s presentation on the status of the fleet, this panel will bring together key experts to discuss the outlook and impact of the current freight rates on the business and the supply chain. Rates have been extraordinarily high for well over a year at this point, with mixed view as to when they return to “normal”. In this session we will compare the market of 2008 to the market of 2022 and examine the similarities and differences. This session will look at when our experts expect things to change, what bookings look like in the next 3-5 years, further discuss the new normal, and how to successfully navigate the current situation.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Managing Rates and Capacity: What is ‘Normal’?

Following directly on from Susan’s presentation on the status of the fleet, this panel will bring together key experts to discuss the outlook and impact of the current freight rates on the business and the supply chain. Rates have been extraordinarily high for well over a year at this point, with mixed view as to when they return to “normal”. In this session we will compare the market of 2008 to the market of 2022 and examine the similarities and differences. This session will look at when our experts expect things to change, what bookings look like in the next 3-5 years, further discuss the new normal, and how to successfully navigate the current situation. 

Moderators

Jason Williams
Global Supply Chain Lead , McDermott International Inc.

Speakers

Carsten Wendt
Head of Sales, High & Heavy and Breakbulk , Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Frank Mueller
General Manager , AAL Shipping (AAL)
Susan Oatway
Senior Analyst, Multipurpose & Breakbulk Shipping , Drewry
Ulrich Ulrichs
CEO , BBC Chartering

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18 May

13:10 - 13:55

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 13:10 05/18/2022 13:55 Sustainability Across the Supply Chain In a post COVID world, the sustainability of all supply chains has been pushed into the spotlight, and breakbulk and project cargo supply chains are no different. Cargo owners have made sustainability a major consideration in the tender process as well as asking for more sustainable solutions from the industry. This session will explore what metrics the industry uses to measure sustainability, how the industry can dissociate from the negative perception of sustainability within the breakbulk and project cargo sector and delve into current sustainability levels and what may be possible in the future.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Sustainability Across the Supply Chain

In a post COVID world, the sustainability of all supply chains has been pushed into the spotlight, and breakbulk and project cargo supply chains are no different. Cargo owners have made sustainability a major consideration in the tender process as well as asking for more sustainable solutions from the industry. This session will explore what metrics the industry uses to measure sustainability, how the industry can dissociate from the negative perception of sustainability within the breakbulk and project cargo sector and delve into current sustainability levels and what may be possible in the future. 

Moderators

Stephen Spoljaric
Corporate Manager of Global Logistics , Bechtel Corporation

Speakers

Asma Ouchan
Business Development Manager , Smart Freight Centre
Henrik Andersson
Head of Sustainability , Höegh Autoliners AS
Rick Bruinsma
Senior Project Manager , Jumbo-SAL-Alliance
Tim Killen
Chief Sales Officer – CSO , deugro

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18 May

14:15 - 15:00

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 14:15 05/18/2022 15:00 Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth

Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth. 

Moderators

Thomas Sender Mehl
Director, Global Sales & Operations Planning and Supply Chain Excellence , KK Wind Solutions

Speakers

Andreas Ritschel
Deputy Sales Director Mobile Harbour Cranes , Liebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH
Antonio Lázaro
Director, Global Outbound Logistic & Transport Solution CoE , LM Wind Power
Morten Nielsen
Product Functional Lead Transport , Vestas
Pieter Jacobs
Head of Onshore Wind , Mammoet
Rainer Sasse
CEO , Luxtrailers SARL

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18 May

15:30 - 16:15

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 15:30 05/18/2022 16:15 Global Energy Transition and the Supply Chain The present geopolitical situation causes the transition to greener energy to gain even further momentum as energy supply needs to be balanced with energy security. The EU, other regions, and individual countries are simultaneously restarting the economy after the global pandemic and green investment as well as incentives for renewable energy are key components of the stimulus packages. Many European countries are investing into renewables at an unprecedented level, and they are more interested than ever in the supply chain aspect. This session will examine the opportunities these factors generate for the transport and logistics industry.   Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Global Energy Transition and the Supply Chain

The present geopolitical situation causes the transition to greener energy to gain even further momentum as energy supply needs to be balanced with energy security. The EU, other regions, and individual countries are simultaneously restarting the economy after the global pandemic and green investment as well as incentives for renewable energy are key components of the stimulus packages. Many European countries are investing into renewables at an unprecedented level, and they are more interested than ever in the supply chain aspect. This session will examine the opportunities these factors generate for the transport and logistics industry.  

Moderators

Thomas Poulsen
Managing Partner; Facilitator , Panticon; Wind Logistics Group

Speakers

Beata Bac
Global Category Manager - Warehousing and Inbound Logistics , Shell International Petroleum Company Limited
Marie Louise Gammelgaard Larsen
Senior Associate , Kaya Research and Advisory
Martyn Lawns
Regional Vice President European Operations - Industrial Projects , DHL Global Forwarding

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19 May

11:00 - 11:30

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:00 05/19/2022 11:30 Breakbulk and Project Market Outlook A much-awaited session for all attendees, our expert will provide an overview of current project developments in Europe and worldwide, and future opportunities in the sector. In addition to oil & gas and the sustained demand for renewable energy projects, alternative forms of energy are both on the rise and there are changing trade flows globally. Updates will also be given on the readiness of the supply chain to be able to deliver the increasing number of cleantech projects. Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk and Project Market Outlook

A much-awaited session for all attendees, our expert will provide an overview of current project developments in Europe and worldwide, and future opportunities in the sector. In addition to oil & gas and the sustained demand for renewable energy projects, alternative forms of energy are both on the rise and there are changing trade flows globally. Updates will also be given on the readiness of the supply chain to be able to deliver the increasing number of cleantech projects.

Speakers

Neil Golding
Director of Market Intelligence , Energy Industries Council

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19 May

11:50 - 12:35

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:50 05/19/2022 12:35 The Environmental Agenda and Future Fuels The environmental agenda is at the forefront of every stakeholder’s business strategy in the modern era, made even more pertinent by national and international governmental measures, such as IMO’s 2050 target. This session will explore future fuel sources for breakbulk and look at what else can be done to achieve emissions targets for all aspects of the breakbulk supply chain.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

The Environmental Agenda and Future Fuels

The environmental agenda is at the forefront of every stakeholder’s business strategy in the modern era, made even more pertinent by national and international governmental measures, such as IMO’s 2050 target. This session will explore future fuel sources for breakbulk and look at what else can be done to achieve emissions targets for all aspects of the breakbulk supply chain. 

Moderators

Gina Panayiotou
Founder & CEO , Oceans Arena

Speakers

Bernard van Haeringen
Commercial Manager, Marine , GoodFuels
Leif Arne Strømmen
Partner , Peak Group AS
Roger Strevens
VP, Sustainability , Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Sören Werbeck
Sören Werbeck Director Specials Strategy & Steering , Hapag-Lloyd AG

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19 May

12:55 - 13:00

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 12:55 05/19/2022 13:00 Support for Ukrainian Marine Professionals Kristina Okolnikova will provide an overview of the work that she is conducting to support Ukrainian maritime professionals and ways that we, as an industry can support her with this work.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Support for Ukrainian Marine Professionals

Kristina Okolnikova will provide an overview of the work that she is conducting to support Ukrainian maritime professionals and ways that we, as an industry can support her with this work. 

Speakers

Kristina Okolnikova
Chief Executive Officer , Leverans Baltic OÜ

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19 May

13:00 - 13:45

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 13:00 05/19/2022 13:45 Examining the Talent Gap The talent gap in the Breakbulk, project cargo, and wider logistics industries is now unequivocally real. With a serve lack of qualified individuals fit to fill the plethora of roles available, there is an imperative need to attract the new generation and create a pool of talent, trained and enthusiastic workers. This session will examine some legacy reasons for the current talent gap, what is being done to remedy this, and what we can do going forward to make a company look as attractive as possible to the next generation of professional.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Examining the Talent Gap

The talent gap in the Breakbulk, project cargo, and wider logistics industries is now unequivocally real. With a serve lack of qualified individuals fit to fill the plethora of roles available, there is an imperative need to attract the new generation and create a pool of talent, trained and enthusiastic workers. This session will examine some legacy reasons for the current talent gap, what is being done to remedy this, and what we can do going forward to make a company look as attractive as possible to the next generation of professional. 

Moderators

Cyril Varghese
Global Logistics Director , Fluor

Speakers

Ben Liggins
Managing Director , JBAndrews
Christel Pullens
President, WISTA the Netherlands; Managing Director, Sea Ranger Service
Thomas Skellingsted
President , 4D Supply Chain Consulting

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19 May

14:45 - 15:30

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 14:45 05/19/2022 15:30 African Port Projects Update African port development is currently accelerating at an exponential rate, which has sweeping ramifications for the breakbulk and project cargo industries, creating a wealth of new business opportunities. This session will explore the opportunities available in African port development, how to best circumnavigate geographical and other key challenges facing African regions, and delve into what is needed to conduct successful business in the Africa’s breakbulk and project cargo industries. Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

African Port Projects Update

African port development is currently accelerating at an exponential rate, which has sweeping ramifications for the breakbulk and project cargo industries, creating a wealth of new business opportunities. This session will explore the opportunities available in African port development, how to best circumnavigate geographical and other key challenges facing African regions, and delve into what is needed to conduct successful business in the Africa’s breakbulk and project cargo industries.

Moderators

Lars Greiner
Associate Partner- The Middle East and Africa , Hamburg Port Consulting

Speakers

Fathima Hussain
Managing Director, Regional Head, Project & Export Finance , Standard Chartered Bank
Joris Thys
CEO , Port of Cotonou
Ope Onibokun
Investment Director - Project Finance - Infrastructure and Climate , CDC Group Plc
Capt. Paul J. Gallie
Director, Business Development , A.P Moller Capital and AIF Ports & Logistic Management Ltd.

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Discovery & Innovation Hub

The Discovery & Innovation Hub will intrigue, inform and inspire breakbulk and project cargo professionals attending Breakbulk Europe 2022. Sessions will cover innovations being implemented across the whole supply chain, such as augmented reality, blockchain and drone technology. Tech demos, showcases and panel discussions will illustrate how digital transformation is becoming a reality for the breakbulk and project cargo industry and the positive impact this has on supply chain visibility, efficiency and safety.

18 May

11:00 - 11:45

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 11:00 05/18/2022 11:45 Assessing the Current Breakbulk Technology Landscape At this crucial time for the breakbulk and project cargo industry, we dive straight into how technology in the sector has progressed over the past couple of years, as well as the key areas that are of focus right now. Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Assessing the Current Breakbulk Technology Landscape

At this crucial time for the breakbulk and project cargo industry, we dive straight into how technology in the sector has progressed over the past couple of years, as well as the key areas that are of focus right now.

Moderators

Sven Daniels
Partner , Hamburg Port Consulting

Speakers

Nuri Morava
Program Lead Global R&D , DB Schenker
Capt. Valentin Gherciu
Global Head of Operations , AAL Shipping (AAL)

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18 May

12:00 - 13:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 12:00 05/18/2022 13:00 What Technologies are EPCs Looking for, to Enable Better Orchestration of Project Logistics? In the backdrop of Supply Chain uncertainties, coupled with the urgency to reinvent and optimize project logistics execution, Fluor, Petrofac and e2log discuss the logistics technology needs of the EPC industry.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

What Technologies are EPCs Looking for, to Enable Better Orchestration of Project Logistics?

In the backdrop of Supply Chain uncertainties, coupled with the urgency to reinvent and optimize project logistics execution, Fluor, Petrofac and e2log discuss the logistics technology needs of the EPC industry. 

Moderators

John Donnelly III
Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer , e2log

Speakers

Adolph Colaco
CEO & Founder , e2log
Cyril Varghese
Global Logistics Director , Fluor
Yasser AlYassin
Logistics Director , Petrofac

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18 May

13:15 - 14:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 13:15 05/18/2022 14:00 Digitising End-to-End Logistics To fully embrace digitisation throughout the supply chain, there needs to be a seamless digital journey for customers from their first touch point to their last. The nature of the breakbulk and project cargo industry does add an extra challenge in terms of digitisation and standardisation; however, companies are making strides to ensure they are offering the best experience for customers and embracing technology wherever possible. Hear from companies leading the way in revolutionising project logistics via technology and innovation.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Digitising End-to-End Logistics

To fully embrace digitisation throughout the supply chain, there needs to be a seamless digital journey for customers from their first touch point to their last. The nature of the breakbulk and project cargo industry does add an extra challenge in terms of digitisation and standardisation; however, companies are making strides to ensure they are offering the best experience for customers and embracing technology wherever possible. Hear from companies leading the way in revolutionising project logistics via technology and innovation. 

Moderators

Sven Hermann
Managing Director , ProLog Innovation GmbH

Speakers

Andreas Ulrich
Global Head of Logistics , SMS group
Angela Bisping
Managing Director , Axxum Innovation
Florian Altmann
Co-Founder , INSITE IT
Jan-Dirk Schuisdziara
Managing Shareholder , Hansa Meyer Global Holding GmbH

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18 May

14:30 - 15:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 14:30 05/18/2022 15:00 Understanding Mixed Cargo Operation: Challenges & Opportunities Mixed cargo terminals face a unique combination of cargo & handling requirements. From operational needs, to data and reporting, to specialized equipment constraints, mixed cargo terminals must manage complexities which are often very different from a pure container or single commodity terminal. Additionally, such terminals often do not have the investment or economy of scales container terminals or single commodity terminals have, leading to the need for cost effective solutions. Navis will discuss how these challenges can be solved and provide for operational needs, even for those with limited budgets.

Sponsored by Navis 
 
Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Understanding Mixed Cargo Operation: Challenges & Opportunities

Mixed cargo terminals face a unique combination of cargo & handling requirements. From operational needs, to data and reporting, to specialized equipment constraints, mixed cargo terminals must manage complexities which are often very different from a pure container or single commodity terminal. Additionally, such terminals often do not have the investment or economy of scales container terminals or single commodity terminals have, leading to the need for cost effective solutions. Navis will discuss how these challenges can be solved and provide for operational needs, even for those with limited budgets.

Sponsored by Navis 
 

Speakers

Kunal Singh
Sales Engineer , Navis

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18 May

15:30 - 16:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 15:30 05/18/2022 16:00 Digital Innovation at Rotterdam Makers District Jouke and Jurjen from Rotterdam Makers District will discuss how they are working on a smart sustainable port in Rotterdam.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Digital Innovation at Rotterdam Makers District

Jouke and Jurjen from Rotterdam Makers District will discuss how they are working on a smart sustainable port in Rotterdam. 

Speakers

Jouke Goslinga
Programme Manager , RDM, part of Rotterdam Makers District
Jurjen Lengkeek
Co-Founder , RDM Next

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19 May

11:00 - 11:45

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:00 05/19/2022 11:45 Advances in Port Technology Major technical changes are coming in the upcoming year for ports to cope with changing demand of traffic, with new types of cargo and changing regulations. Hear from key port representatives on their latest developments, how they are making investments to improve user experience and efficiency at the port and how they plan to tackle the challenges ahead.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Advances in Port Technology

Major technical changes are coming in the upcoming year for ports to cope with changing demand of traffic, with new types of cargo and changing regulations. Hear from key port representatives on their latest developments, how they are making investments to improve user experience and efficiency at the port and how they plan to tackle the challenges ahead. 

Speakers

Erwin Rademaker
Development Lead , Port of Rotterdam

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19 May

11:50 - 12:10

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:50 05/19/2022 12:10 What Can Digitalisation Do For The Crane and Transport Industry? Digitalisation is everywhere these days. MYCRANE is the world's first digital platform for the Crane Industry. This session will show how digitalisation can be used to gain a competitive advantage in the Crane & Transport Industry.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

What Can Digitalisation Do For The Crane and Transport Industry?

Digitalisation is everywhere these days. MYCRANE is the world's first digital platform for the Crane Industry. This session will show how digitalisation can be used to gain a competitive advantage in the Crane & Transport Industry. 

Speakers

Erik Altena
Head of Strategic Development , MYCRANE

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19 May

12:15 - 12:45

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 12:15 05/19/2022 12:45 How Oceanbird Wing-Sails Will Revolutionize Shipping Oceanbird provides wings for a shipping revolution! One Oceanbird Wing Sail will save around 480,000 litres of fuel and 1,200 ton CO2 per year, and enables shipowners to comply with new legislation, such as CII. Oceanbird - a joint venture between Swedish companies Alfa Laval and Wallenius - develops wind power solutions for vessels, both fully wind propulsion and retrofits. Managing Director Niclas Dahl will tell you more about this revolutionizing technology. Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

How Oceanbird Wing-Sails Will Revolutionize Shipping

Oceanbird provides wings for a shipping revolution! One Oceanbird Wing Sail will save around 480,000 litres of fuel and 1,200 ton CO2 per year, and enables shipowners to comply with new legislation, such as CII. Oceanbird - a joint venture between Swedish companies Alfa Laval and Wallenius - develops wind power solutions for vessels, both fully wind propulsion and retrofits. Managing Director Niclas Dahl will tell you more about this revolutionizing technology.

Speakers

Niclas Dahl
Managing Director , AlfaWall Oceanbird

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19 May

13:15 - 14:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 13:15 05/19/2022 14:00 Digitising Key Documentation The pandemic has further accelerated the need for traditional process to become more and more digitalised to ensure cargo can keep moving while also increasing efficiency across the supply chain. One key area that absorbs a lot of time is manual documentation, such as customs clearance and the bill of lading. This session will demonstrate the benefits of going digital, showcase real world examples of successfully digitised documents and the positive impact it is having. In addition, our experts will discuss what we can expect from the future and what might be next to go digital.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Digitising Key Documentation

The pandemic has further accelerated the need for traditional process to become more and more digitalised to ensure cargo can keep moving while also increasing efficiency across the supply chain. One key area that absorbs a lot of time is manual documentation, such as customs clearance and the bill of lading. This session will demonstrate the benefits of going digital, showcase real world examples of successfully digitised documents and the positive impact it is having. In addition, our experts will discuss what we can expect from the future and what might be next to go digital. 

Speakers

Aljosja Beije
Logistics Lead , BlockLab

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19 May

14:30 - 15:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 14:30 05/19/2022 15:00 DeepPack: Next Generation AI-powered Cargo Optimisation DeepPack is InstaDeep's AI solution to cargo loading optimization and makes extensive use of Reinforcement Learning. In this session, Andrew will explain how this represents a novel approach to optimisation, and can help you achieve substantial enhancements in cost-saving, turnaround times, safety, and sustainability across all modes of freight transportation. Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

DeepPack: Next Generation AI-powered Cargo Optimisation

DeepPack is InstaDeep's AI solution to cargo loading optimization and makes extensive use of Reinforcement Learning. In this session, Andrew will explain how this represents a novel approach to optimisation, and can help you achieve substantial enhancements in cost-saving, turnaround times, safety, and sustainability across all modes of freight transportation.

Speakers

Andrew Cooper
Senior Business Development Executive , InstaDeep

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Thursday 19th May

Education Day

Education Day was created over a decade ago to support and inspire new talent hoping to break into the industry. This year, the CEO Panel Discussion will offer an expert’s take on each breakbulk sector, with industry leaders sharing how they are planning to adapt to challenges, pressures and expected shifts; the second session will give participants an insight into the world of chartering and also highlight some of the entry-level job opportunities and internships that exist in this sector; and the final session will use a case study to emphasise the scope of the industry, along with the creativity, research and planning involved in transporting the breakbulk cargo of the future.

19 May

10:15 - 11:00

Education Day


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 10:15 05/19/2022 11:00 Empowering the Next Generation of Breakbulk Professionals The Port of Rotterdam and the European Union play a pivotal role in Breakbulk across both Europe and the wider world. In the past, all the cargo handled at the Port of Rotterdam was breakbulk. Times have changed but Rotterdam, and the wider European community, still have a passion for breakbulk. Key to keeping this passion relevant in the future is empowering the next generation of Breakbulk professionals. This session will tackle both government and private sectors’ initiatives to empower the upcoming generation of industry professionals.  Education Day Europe/London

Education Day

Empowering the Next Generation of Breakbulk Professionals

The Port of Rotterdam and the European Union play a pivotal role in Breakbulk across both Europe and the wider world. In the past, all the cargo handled at the Port of Rotterdam was breakbulk. Times have changed but Rotterdam, and the wider European community, still have a passion for breakbulk. Key to keeping this passion relevant in the future is empowering the next generation of Breakbulk professionals. This session will tackle both government and private sectors’ initiatives to empower the upcoming generation of industry professionals. 

Speakers

John Pittalis
Marketing and Communications Manager , AAL Shipping (AAL)
Nalan Kursun
Global Heavy Lift and PGTR BU Transport & Logistics Leader , Hitachi Energy
Thomas Skellingsted
President , 4D Supply Chain Consulting

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19 May

11:00 - 11:30

Education Day


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:00 05/19/2022 11:30 Breakbulk Project Case Study A project movement takes planning, cooperation and successful execution to have a successful result. Our speaker will discuss the project management process demonstrating how a project is accomplished, along with the problems and solutions along the way to demonstrate what working in the industry looks like in practice.  Education Day Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Project Case Study

A project movement takes planning, cooperation and successful execution to have a successful result. Our speaker will discuss the project management process demonstrating how a project is accomplished, along with the problems and solutions along the way to demonstrate what working in the industry looks like in practice. 

19 May

12:30 - 13:30

Education Day


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 12:30 05/19/2022 13:30 Graduate Opportunities This session will bring various key stakeholders within the community together to show the amazing graduate opportunities that are available to students. Students will learn what opportunities are available to them, what it takes to be successful within a graduate programme, and what a career in the industry can offer them, both in the short and long term Education Day Europe/London

Education Day

Graduate Opportunities

This session will bring various key stakeholders within the community together to show the amazing graduate opportunities that are available to students. Students will learn what opportunities are available to them, what it takes to be successful within a graduate programme, and what a career in the industry can offer them, both in the short and long term

Moderators

Speakers

Anna Ude
Head of Sales Germany , deugro
Janet van Heijningen
Talent & Succession Planning Manager , Ocean Network Express
Stephan Hofmann
Senior Consultant , Hamburg Port Consulting

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19 May

14:00 - 15:00

Education Day


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 14:00 05/19/2022 15:00 Round Table Discussions In this session, students will have the chance to have conversations with our expert speakers in much smaller groups. They will be able to speak with industry authorities about anything they wish, whether it be about the challenges that exist in a specific career path or someone’s favourite part about the industry, students will be able to get answers to any of their questions surrounding a career in breakbulk.  Education Day Europe/London

Education Day

Round Table Discussions

In this session, students will have the chance to have conversations with our expert speakers in much smaller groups. They will be able to speak with industry authorities about anything they wish, whether it be about the challenges that exist in a specific career path or someone’s favourite part about the industry, students will be able to get answers to any of their questions surrounding a career in breakbulk. 

19 May

14:45 - 16:00

Education Day


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 14:45 05/19/2022 16:00 Student Show Floor Tour This will be an opportunity for students to be shown around the trade show floor by members of our esteemed advisory board. They will have the opportunity to speak with a plethora of different companies covering the entirety of the supply chain; discovering what a career in breakbulk can look like as well as more opportunities that are out there for students  Education Day Europe/London

Education Day

Student Show Floor Tour

This will be an opportunity for students to be shown around the trade show floor by members of our esteemed advisory board. They will have the opportunity to speak with a plethora of different companies covering the entirety of the supply chain; discovering what a career in breakbulk can look like as well as more opportunities that are out there for students 

Breakbulk Main Stage

The Breakbulk Main Stage will showcase business opportunities, strategy and answers to the most pressing questions facing the industry. It will feature leading breakbulk and project executives from around the globe who will provide insights into the latest business and trade intelligence, as well as delve deeper into key markets, sectors and challenges affecting the whole supply chain. Join the conversation over these two days as we analyse industry megatrends, look at how the project cargo industry is adapting to the new normal post COVID-19 and discover where the next project cargo business opportunities will come from.


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18 May

10:45 - 11:00

All Halls


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 10:45 05/18/2022 11:00 Opening Remarks All Halls Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Opening Remarks

Speakers

Matthijs Van Doorn
Vice President Commercial , Port of Rotterdam Authority
Victoria Pope
Head of Content, Retail, Manufacturing & Engineering Division , Hyve Group

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18 May

11:00 - 11:30

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 11:00 05/18/2022 11:30 Global Economic Outlook – How Does It Impact the Breakbulk Community? In an unpredictable global economy, there is reason to understand what makes or breaks the breakbulk and project cargo markets going forward. This first session will evaluate economic forecasts in key economies, provide an update on trade tensions, Covid 19, and insights into whether clearer pictures of policy may open up growth in Europe. Looking ahead to the trends that will shape the industry throughout the remainder of 2022 and into the next decade, this session is a must attend for all.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Global Economic Outlook – How Does It Impact the Breakbulk Community?

In an unpredictable global economy, there is reason to understand what makes or breaks the breakbulk and project cargo markets going forward. This first session will evaluate economic forecasts in key economies, provide an update on trade tensions, Covid 19, and insights into whether clearer pictures of policy may open up growth in Europe. Looking ahead to the trends that will shape the industry throughout the remainder of 2022 and into the next decade, this session is a must attend for all. 

Speakers

Carly Fields
News Editor , Breakbulk Events & Media
Johan-Paul Verschuure
Project Director , Rebel Group

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18 May

11:50 - 12:10

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 11:50 05/18/2022 12:10 The MPV Fleet: Examining the Potential Shortfall With increasing uncertainty around capacity and the lack of new builds on order in the MPV sector, many are projecting a short fall in the near future. This session will examine the drivers around capacity issues and give some insight into what we can expect in the future in terms of MPV capacity and availability. Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

The MPV Fleet: Examining the Potential Shortfall

With increasing uncertainty around capacity and the lack of new builds on order in the MPV sector, many are projecting a short fall in the near future. This session will examine the drivers around capacity issues and give some insight into what we can expect in the future in terms of MPV capacity and availability.

Speakers

Susan Oatway
Senior Analyst, Multipurpose & Breakbulk Shipping , Drewry

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18 May

12:10 - 12:50

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 12:10 05/18/2022 12:50 Managing Rates and Capacity: What is ‘Normal’? Following directly on from Susan’s presentation on the status of the fleet, this panel will bring together key experts to discuss the outlook and impact of the current freight rates on the business and the supply chain. Rates have been extraordinarily high for well over a year at this point, with mixed view as to when they return to “normal”. In this session we will compare the market of 2008 to the market of 2022 and examine the similarities and differences. This session will look at when our experts expect things to change, what bookings look like in the next 3-5 years, further discuss the new normal, and how to successfully navigate the current situation.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Managing Rates and Capacity: What is ‘Normal’?

Following directly on from Susan’s presentation on the status of the fleet, this panel will bring together key experts to discuss the outlook and impact of the current freight rates on the business and the supply chain. Rates have been extraordinarily high for well over a year at this point, with mixed view as to when they return to “normal”. In this session we will compare the market of 2008 to the market of 2022 and examine the similarities and differences. This session will look at when our experts expect things to change, what bookings look like in the next 3-5 years, further discuss the new normal, and how to successfully navigate the current situation. 

Moderators

Jason Williams
Global Supply Chain Lead , McDermott International Inc.

Speakers

Carsten Wendt
Head of Sales, High & Heavy and Breakbulk , Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Frank Mueller
General Manager , AAL Shipping (AAL)
Susan Oatway
Senior Analyst, Multipurpose & Breakbulk Shipping , Drewry
Ulrich Ulrichs
CEO , BBC Chartering

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18 May

13:10 - 13:55

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 13:10 05/18/2022 13:55 Sustainability Across the Supply Chain In a post COVID world, the sustainability of all supply chains has been pushed into the spotlight, and breakbulk and project cargo supply chains are no different. Cargo owners have made sustainability a major consideration in the tender process as well as asking for more sustainable solutions from the industry. This session will explore what metrics the industry uses to measure sustainability, how the industry can dissociate from the negative perception of sustainability within the breakbulk and project cargo sector and delve into current sustainability levels and what may be possible in the future.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Sustainability Across the Supply Chain

In a post COVID world, the sustainability of all supply chains has been pushed into the spotlight, and breakbulk and project cargo supply chains are no different. Cargo owners have made sustainability a major consideration in the tender process as well as asking for more sustainable solutions from the industry. This session will explore what metrics the industry uses to measure sustainability, how the industry can dissociate from the negative perception of sustainability within the breakbulk and project cargo sector and delve into current sustainability levels and what may be possible in the future. 

Moderators

Stephen Spoljaric
Corporate Manager of Global Logistics , Bechtel Corporation

Speakers

Asma Ouchan
Business Development Manager , Smart Freight Centre
Henrik Andersson
Head of Sustainability , Höegh Autoliners AS
Rick Bruinsma
Senior Project Manager , Jumbo-SAL-Alliance
Tim Killen
Chief Sales Officer – CSO , deugro

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18 May

14:15 - 15:00

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 14:15 05/18/2022 15:00 Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth

Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth. 

Moderators

Thomas Sender Mehl
Director, Global Sales & Operations Planning and Supply Chain Excellence , KK Wind Solutions

Speakers

Andreas Ritschel
Deputy Sales Director Mobile Harbour Cranes , Liebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH
Antonio Lázaro
Director, Global Outbound Logistic & Transport Solution CoE , LM Wind Power
Morten Nielsen
Product Functional Lead Transport , Vestas
Pieter Jacobs
Head of Onshore Wind , Mammoet
Rainer Sasse
CEO , Luxtrailers SARL

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18 May

15:30 - 16:15

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 15:30 05/18/2022 16:15 Global Energy Transition and the Supply Chain The present geopolitical situation causes the transition to greener energy to gain even further momentum as energy supply needs to be balanced with energy security. The EU, other regions, and individual countries are simultaneously restarting the economy after the global pandemic and green investment as well as incentives for renewable energy are key components of the stimulus packages. Many European countries are investing into renewables at an unprecedented level, and they are more interested than ever in the supply chain aspect. This session will examine the opportunities these factors generate for the transport and logistics industry.   Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Global Energy Transition and the Supply Chain

The present geopolitical situation causes the transition to greener energy to gain even further momentum as energy supply needs to be balanced with energy security. The EU, other regions, and individual countries are simultaneously restarting the economy after the global pandemic and green investment as well as incentives for renewable energy are key components of the stimulus packages. Many European countries are investing into renewables at an unprecedented level, and they are more interested than ever in the supply chain aspect. This session will examine the opportunities these factors generate for the transport and logistics industry.  

Moderators

Thomas Poulsen
Managing Partner; Facilitator , Panticon; Wind Logistics Group

Speakers

Beata Bac
Global Category Manager - Warehousing and Inbound Logistics , Shell International Petroleum Company Limited
Marie Louise Gammelgaard Larsen
Senior Associate , Kaya Research and Advisory
Martyn Lawns
Regional Vice President European Operations - Industrial Projects , DHL Global Forwarding

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19 May

11:00 - 11:30

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:00 05/19/2022 11:30 Breakbulk and Project Market Outlook A much-awaited session for all attendees, our expert will provide an overview of current project developments in Europe and worldwide, and future opportunities in the sector. In addition to oil & gas and the sustained demand for renewable energy projects, alternative forms of energy are both on the rise and there are changing trade flows globally. Updates will also be given on the readiness of the supply chain to be able to deliver the increasing number of cleantech projects. Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk and Project Market Outlook

A much-awaited session for all attendees, our expert will provide an overview of current project developments in Europe and worldwide, and future opportunities in the sector. In addition to oil & gas and the sustained demand for renewable energy projects, alternative forms of energy are both on the rise and there are changing trade flows globally. Updates will also be given on the readiness of the supply chain to be able to deliver the increasing number of cleantech projects.

Speakers

Neil Golding
Director of Market Intelligence , Energy Industries Council

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19 May

11:50 - 12:35

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:50 05/19/2022 12:35 The Environmental Agenda and Future Fuels The environmental agenda is at the forefront of every stakeholder’s business strategy in the modern era, made even more pertinent by national and international governmental measures, such as IMO’s 2050 target. This session will explore future fuel sources for breakbulk and look at what else can be done to achieve emissions targets for all aspects of the breakbulk supply chain.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

The Environmental Agenda and Future Fuels

The environmental agenda is at the forefront of every stakeholder’s business strategy in the modern era, made even more pertinent by national and international governmental measures, such as IMO’s 2050 target. This session will explore future fuel sources for breakbulk and look at what else can be done to achieve emissions targets for all aspects of the breakbulk supply chain. 

Moderators

Gina Panayiotou
Founder & CEO , Oceans Arena

Speakers

Bernard van Haeringen
Commercial Manager, Marine , GoodFuels
Leif Arne Strømmen
Partner , Peak Group AS
Roger Strevens
VP, Sustainability , Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Sören Werbeck
Sören Werbeck Director Specials Strategy & Steering , Hapag-Lloyd AG

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19 May

12:55 - 13:00

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 12:55 05/19/2022 13:00 Support for Ukrainian Marine Professionals Kristina Okolnikova will provide an overview of the work that she is conducting to support Ukrainian maritime professionals and ways that we, as an industry can support her with this work.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Support for Ukrainian Marine Professionals

Kristina Okolnikova will provide an overview of the work that she is conducting to support Ukrainian maritime professionals and ways that we, as an industry can support her with this work. 

Speakers

Kristina Okolnikova
Chief Executive Officer , Leverans Baltic OÜ

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19 May

13:00 - 13:45

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 13:00 05/19/2022 13:45 Examining the Talent Gap The talent gap in the Breakbulk, project cargo, and wider logistics industries is now unequivocally real. With a serve lack of qualified individuals fit to fill the plethora of roles available, there is an imperative need to attract the new generation and create a pool of talent, trained and enthusiastic workers. This session will examine some legacy reasons for the current talent gap, what is being done to remedy this, and what we can do going forward to make a company look as attractive as possible to the next generation of professional.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

Examining the Talent Gap

The talent gap in the Breakbulk, project cargo, and wider logistics industries is now unequivocally real. With a serve lack of qualified individuals fit to fill the plethora of roles available, there is an imperative need to attract the new generation and create a pool of talent, trained and enthusiastic workers. This session will examine some legacy reasons for the current talent gap, what is being done to remedy this, and what we can do going forward to make a company look as attractive as possible to the next generation of professional. 

Moderators

Cyril Varghese
Global Logistics Director , Fluor

Speakers

Ben Liggins
Managing Director , JBAndrews
Christel Pullens
President, WISTA the Netherlands; Managing Director, Sea Ranger Service
Thomas Skellingsted
President , 4D Supply Chain Consulting

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19 May

14:45 - 15:30

Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 14:45 05/19/2022 15:30 African Port Projects Update African port development is currently accelerating at an exponential rate, which has sweeping ramifications for the breakbulk and project cargo industries, creating a wealth of new business opportunities. This session will explore the opportunities available in African port development, how to best circumnavigate geographical and other key challenges facing African regions, and delve into what is needed to conduct successful business in the Africa’s breakbulk and project cargo industries. Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

African Port Projects Update

African port development is currently accelerating at an exponential rate, which has sweeping ramifications for the breakbulk and project cargo industries, creating a wealth of new business opportunities. This session will explore the opportunities available in African port development, how to best circumnavigate geographical and other key challenges facing African regions, and delve into what is needed to conduct successful business in the Africa’s breakbulk and project cargo industries.

Moderators

Lars Greiner
Associate Partner- The Middle East and Africa , Hamburg Port Consulting

Speakers

Fathima Hussain
Managing Director, Regional Head, Project & Export Finance , Standard Chartered Bank
Joris Thys
CEO , Port of Cotonou
Ope Onibokun
Investment Director - Project Finance - Infrastructure and Climate , CDC Group Plc
Capt. Paul J. Gallie
Director, Business Development , A.P Moller Capital and AIF Ports & Logistic Management Ltd.

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Discovery & Innovation Hub

The Discovery & Innovation Hub will intrigue, inform and inspire breakbulk and project cargo professionals attending Breakbulk Europe 2022. Sessions will cover innovations being implemented across the whole supply chain, such as augmented reality, blockchain and drone technology. Tech demos, showcases and panel discussions will illustrate how digital transformation is becoming a reality for the breakbulk and project cargo industry and the positive impact this has on supply chain visibility, efficiency and safety.

18 May

11:00 - 11:45

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 11:00 05/18/2022 11:45 Assessing the Current Breakbulk Technology Landscape At this crucial time for the breakbulk and project cargo industry, we dive straight into how technology in the sector has progressed over the past couple of years, as well as the key areas that are of focus right now. Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Assessing the Current Breakbulk Technology Landscape

At this crucial time for the breakbulk and project cargo industry, we dive straight into how technology in the sector has progressed over the past couple of years, as well as the key areas that are of focus right now.

Moderators

Sven Daniels
Partner , Hamburg Port Consulting

Speakers

Nuri Morava
Program Lead Global R&D , DB Schenker
Capt. Valentin Gherciu
Global Head of Operations , AAL Shipping (AAL)

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18 May

12:00 - 13:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 12:00 05/18/2022 13:00 What Technologies are EPCs Looking for, to Enable Better Orchestration of Project Logistics? In the backdrop of Supply Chain uncertainties, coupled with the urgency to reinvent and optimize project logistics execution, Fluor, Petrofac and e2log discuss the logistics technology needs of the EPC industry.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

What Technologies are EPCs Looking for, to Enable Better Orchestration of Project Logistics?

In the backdrop of Supply Chain uncertainties, coupled with the urgency to reinvent and optimize project logistics execution, Fluor, Petrofac and e2log discuss the logistics technology needs of the EPC industry. 

Moderators

John Donnelly III
Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer , e2log

Speakers

Adolph Colaco
CEO & Founder , e2log
Cyril Varghese
Global Logistics Director , Fluor
Yasser AlYassin
Logistics Director , Petrofac

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18 May

13:15 - 14:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 13:15 05/18/2022 14:00 Digitising End-to-End Logistics To fully embrace digitisation throughout the supply chain, there needs to be a seamless digital journey for customers from their first touch point to their last. The nature of the breakbulk and project cargo industry does add an extra challenge in terms of digitisation and standardisation; however, companies are making strides to ensure they are offering the best experience for customers and embracing technology wherever possible. Hear from companies leading the way in revolutionising project logistics via technology and innovation.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Digitising End-to-End Logistics

To fully embrace digitisation throughout the supply chain, there needs to be a seamless digital journey for customers from their first touch point to their last. The nature of the breakbulk and project cargo industry does add an extra challenge in terms of digitisation and standardisation; however, companies are making strides to ensure they are offering the best experience for customers and embracing technology wherever possible. Hear from companies leading the way in revolutionising project logistics via technology and innovation. 

Moderators

Sven Hermann
Managing Director , ProLog Innovation GmbH

Speakers

Andreas Ulrich
Global Head of Logistics , SMS group
Angela Bisping
Managing Director , Axxum Innovation
Florian Altmann
Co-Founder , INSITE IT
Jan-Dirk Schuisdziara
Managing Shareholder , Hansa Meyer Global Holding GmbH

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18 May

14:30 - 15:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 14:30 05/18/2022 15:00 Understanding Mixed Cargo Operation: Challenges & Opportunities Mixed cargo terminals face a unique combination of cargo & handling requirements. From operational needs, to data and reporting, to specialized equipment constraints, mixed cargo terminals must manage complexities which are often very different from a pure container or single commodity terminal. Additionally, such terminals often do not have the investment or economy of scales container terminals or single commodity terminals have, leading to the need for cost effective solutions. Navis will discuss how these challenges can be solved and provide for operational needs, even for those with limited budgets.

Sponsored by Navis 
 
Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Understanding Mixed Cargo Operation: Challenges & Opportunities

Mixed cargo terminals face a unique combination of cargo & handling requirements. From operational needs, to data and reporting, to specialized equipment constraints, mixed cargo terminals must manage complexities which are often very different from a pure container or single commodity terminal. Additionally, such terminals often do not have the investment or economy of scales container terminals or single commodity terminals have, leading to the need for cost effective solutions. Navis will discuss how these challenges can be solved and provide for operational needs, even for those with limited budgets.

Sponsored by Navis 
 

Speakers

Kunal Singh
Sales Engineer , Navis

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18 May

15:30 - 16:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/18/2022 15:30 05/18/2022 16:00 Digital Innovation at Rotterdam Makers District Jouke and Jurjen from Rotterdam Makers District will discuss how they are working on a smart sustainable port in Rotterdam.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Digital Innovation at Rotterdam Makers District

Jouke and Jurjen from Rotterdam Makers District will discuss how they are working on a smart sustainable port in Rotterdam. 

Speakers

Jouke Goslinga
Programme Manager , RDM, part of Rotterdam Makers District
Jurjen Lengkeek
Co-Founder , RDM Next

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19 May

11:00 - 11:45

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:00 05/19/2022 11:45 Advances in Port Technology Major technical changes are coming in the upcoming year for ports to cope with changing demand of traffic, with new types of cargo and changing regulations. Hear from key port representatives on their latest developments, how they are making investments to improve user experience and efficiency at the port and how they plan to tackle the challenges ahead.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Advances in Port Technology

Major technical changes are coming in the upcoming year for ports to cope with changing demand of traffic, with new types of cargo and changing regulations. Hear from key port representatives on their latest developments, how they are making investments to improve user experience and efficiency at the port and how they plan to tackle the challenges ahead. 

Speakers

Erwin Rademaker
Development Lead , Port of Rotterdam

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19 May

11:50 - 12:10

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 11:50 05/19/2022 12:10 What Can Digitalisation Do For The Crane and Transport Industry? Digitalisation is everywhere these days. MYCRANE is the world's first digital platform for the Crane Industry. This session will show how digitalisation can be used to gain a competitive advantage in the Crane & Transport Industry.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

What Can Digitalisation Do For The Crane and Transport Industry?

Digitalisation is everywhere these days. MYCRANE is the world's first digital platform for the Crane Industry. This session will show how digitalisation can be used to gain a competitive advantage in the Crane & Transport Industry. 

Speakers

Erik Altena
Head of Strategic Development , MYCRANE

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19 May

12:15 - 12:45

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 12:15 05/19/2022 12:45 How Oceanbird Wing-Sails Will Revolutionize Shipping Oceanbird provides wings for a shipping revolution! One Oceanbird Wing Sail will save around 480,000 litres of fuel and 1,200 ton CO2 per year, and enables shipowners to comply with new legislation, such as CII. Oceanbird - a joint venture between Swedish companies Alfa Laval and Wallenius - develops wind power solutions for vessels, both fully wind propulsion and retrofits. Managing Director Niclas Dahl will tell you more about this revolutionizing technology. Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

How Oceanbird Wing-Sails Will Revolutionize Shipping

Oceanbird provides wings for a shipping revolution! One Oceanbird Wing Sail will save around 480,000 litres of fuel and 1,200 ton CO2 per year, and enables shipowners to comply with new legislation, such as CII. Oceanbird - a joint venture between Swedish companies Alfa Laval and Wallenius - develops wind power solutions for vessels, both fully wind propulsion and retrofits. Managing Director Niclas Dahl will tell you more about this revolutionizing technology.

Speakers

Niclas Dahl
Managing Director , AlfaWall Oceanbird

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19 May

13:15 - 14:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 13:15 05/19/2022 14:00 Digitising Key Documentation The pandemic has further accelerated the need for traditional process to become more and more digitalised to ensure cargo can keep moving while also increasing efficiency across the supply chain. One key area that absorbs a lot of time is manual documentation, such as customs clearance and the bill of lading. This session will demonstrate the benefits of going digital, showcase real world examples of successfully digitised documents and the positive impact it is having. In addition, our experts will discuss what we can expect from the future and what might be next to go digital.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Discovery & Innovation Hub

Digitising Key Documentation

The pandemic has further accelerated the need for traditional process to become more and more digitalised to ensure cargo can keep moving while also increasing efficiency across the supply chain. One key area that absorbs a lot of time is manual documentation, such as customs clearance and the bill of lading. This session will demonstrate the benefits of going digital, showcase real world examples of successfully digitised documents and the positive impact it is having. In addition, our experts will discuss what we can expect from the future and what might be next to go digital. 

Speakers

Aljosja Beije
Logistics Lead , BlockLab

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19 May

14:30 - 15:00

Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1


Add to calendar 05/19/2022 14:30 05/19/2022 15:00 DeepPack: Next Generation AI-powered Cargo Optimisation DeepPack is InstaDeep's AI solution to cargo loading optimization and makes extensive use of Reinforcement Learning. In this session, Andrew will explain how this represents a novel approach to optimisation, and can help you achieve substantial enhancements in cost-saving, turnaround times, safety, and sustainability across all modes of freight transportation. Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1 Europe/London

Breakbulk Main Stage

DeepPack: Next Generation AI-powered Cargo Optimisation

DeepPack is InstaDeep's AI solution to cargo loading optimization and makes extensive use of Reinforcement Learning. In this session, Andrew will explain how this represents a novel approach to optimisation, and can help you achieve substantial enhancements in cost-saving, turnaround times, safety, and sustainability across all modes of freight transportation.

Speakers

Andrew Cooper
Senior Business Development Executive , InstaDeep

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