At its third edition, Break Bulk Middle East Conference and Exhibition will be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates at ADNEC on 6th-7th February 2018. The event has proven to be essential for international and regional institutions in capitalizing on the current thriving industry landscape with multi-billion dollars projects in development.
More than 100 exhibitors, representing the end-to-end value chain for the transport of oversize cargo, will be present at Breakbulk Middle East 2018. The event offers along the exhibition, a full conference schedule where key industry members can share their knowledge and experience, including leaders from Fluor, Petrofac, Saudi Aramco and Technip. The region’s foremost experts in the sector will come together with the leading shippers, carriers, freight forwarders, transport specialists and related service providers to discuss the current industry landscape and innovative ways to strengthen the value chain.
Time World Freight is continuing its participation at Breakbulk Middle East third edition as an established breakbulk and heavy cargo logistics expert partner regionally and internationally to share its expertize and discuss prospective partnerships with key players in the field.
Time World Freight’s dedicated Project Cargo team understands that no two logistical requirements are the same and certain extraordinary situations call for customised solutions. The company’s expertise has been used to service clients from power generation plants to petrochemical and oil refineries, steel mill construction projects and one-off heavy lift shipments.
A glimpse of services under the project category:
Project forwarding from start to finish
Project Clearance and Documentation
Air and Ocean full and part Charter operations
Heavy Lift transportation
Route Survey and Feasibility study
Packing, Insurance and other allied services
Register and visit Time World Freight at Break Bulk Middle from 6th to 7th February 2018, stand 313, to discuss the key challenges and opportunities found in project logistics sectors in the region.