Don’t miss out on the week of transport and logistics!

Published on 14 March 2018

Generix Group
Supply Chain

Must-go event emergency: the International Week of Transport and Logistics (SITL) is back! From March 20th to 23rd, 2018, at the Villepinte Exhibition Center, come discover the conferences, business meet-ups and other useful networking events that await you. What’s even better is that during the trade show you can meet Generix Group’s teams in person at our stand. Follow your guide!

SITL 2018: the place to be for transport and logistics professionals

Bringing together over 40,000 professionals and 800 exhibitors, the International Week of Transport and Logistics (SITL) is set to take place this year from March 20th to 23rd at the Villepinte Exhibition Center (Hall 6) near Paris, France. The event will be held in conjunction with the IntraLogistics trade show, which comes back this year for its 6th edition. Goal: break down the barriers in the transport and logistics sectors in terms of both IT and practices.
Only trade show that brings together all the branches of freight transport and the logistics chain, the SITL is a great opportunity to discover the latest technological innovations and products that will soon be integrated into your value chain. All of this is made possible thanks to a lineup of conferences, professional meetings and networking events with an array of exhibitors— among which Generix Group’s teams will be present to welcome you to their stand K78!

What’s on at SITL 2018

Over the course of 4 days, the SITL offers you the opportunity to attend a variety of conferences that will discuss the new challenges in freight transport and the logistic chain:

● Maritime day & connections: an overview of today’s maritime market;
● EU Rail Freight Day: challenges, uncertainties, innovations and major lines of development in rail transport;
● Import/export: mistakes to avoid in international transport and customs clearance;
● Digital revolution in transportation and logistics: opportunities and threats...