2-day Breakbulk Middle East 2023 to kick off from 13th February

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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The 2023 edition of Breakbulk Middle East (BBME) is all set to welcome the region’s breakbulk and project cargo service providers under one roof from 13th to 14th February 2023 at the Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC).

Held under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, the region’s only event dedicated to the breakbulk and project cargo industry will cover a series of significant themes and looks forward to the participation of leading industry experts.

Mr. Ben Blamire, Event Director of Breakbulk Middle East noted that, “The 2022 edition of BBME successfully attracted over 3,300 attendees, more than 2,100 companies, and 96 exhibitors. With a 25 percent expansion in our exhibition floor, we look forward to adding on to these numbers significantly. Considering the kind of support, we have received from some of the most renowned industry players, we are confident that we will be able to host our largest and so far, the most successful Middle East Event.”

Capitalizing on its long-standing history of successful editions, BBME 2023 has attracted the trust and support of some of the biggest names in the sector such as DP World, Abu Dhabi Ports, AMSteel, DHL IP, ADNOC L&S, DSV, QTerminals, Hareket, Bureau Veritas, and TT Club.

Mr. Mohammad Jaber, Managing Director, Air & Sea, and COO of DSV Solutions Abu Dhabi, said that, “Over the years, BBME has proven to serve as an ideal platform for us to network with existing and potential clients, discuss key matters of concern and strike valuable business deals with entities working towards similar goals as us.”

“Having some of the most renowned industry experts from around the globe talk about pressing issues in the sector will certainly provide insightful solutions. Through these ground-breaking solutions, BBME will provide industry players such as ourselves the opportunity to reiterate the UAE’s leading position in the project cargo sector, and enable the nation to raise the standards of the industry globally,” Mr. Jaber added.

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