14/12/2015 by Carlos Leones
Venezolana de Control Intermodal (Veconinter) attended the 40th edition of Intermodal Europe 2015, which took place between November 17th and 19th in Hamburg Messe, Germany.
More than 130 logistics and supply chain global leaders gathered to cover the last trends in containerization, transport and logistics.
The event brought together about five thousand people and comprises a set of free- to- public conferences and exhibitions, where some of the most relevant names of the industry showed up their new products and services.
The program included the “Hamburg Intermodal Summit”, hosted by the German Promotion Centre for Intermodal Transport – a forum dedicated to generating discussion about Hamburg, including sessions on ‘The role of the terminal in the intermodal supply chain’ and ‘How to get more efficient intermodal hinterland transport’.
Sophie Ahmed, Intermodal Event Director explains, “Hamburg is the European gateway for foreign trade and the maritime industry is one of this cities key economic factors. We hope that by bringing the event to Germany, it will provide a platform to support and promote businesses both locally and globally”.
Veconinter´s Directors attended the Intermodal Europe 2015, holding meetings with clients and key contacts in the maritime sector.
As it´s now a tradition, Veconinter keeps attending the most important events of the intermodal industry in the world to be updated with trends and innovations of the sector, bringing efficient services that adapt to their clients’ needs and going hand with hand with the latest generation technology. Among the recent developments of the company is Veconinter´s mobile application: VecoGo! The clients of the organization will be able to get key information through an Android or IOS device.
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Venezolana de Control Intermodal is a corporation founded in 1988, specialized in the administrative management of billing and collection for the maritime industry that offers an integrated operational process to intermodal equipment. The organization has operations in more than 14 countries and serves as a reference for the sector, based on its technological innovation, quality processes and total satisfaction of the clients. Veconinter works with the ten of the largest shipping lines worldwide.
KEYWORDS: INTERMODAL EUROPE 2015, HAMBURG, LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN, INTERMODAL TRANSPORT, MARITIME SECTOR, VECOGO!