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Exclusive Lloyd's List white paper for Intermodal Europe visitors

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Intermodal Europe 2013
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19/09/2013

An exclusive white paper produced by Lloyd's List Intelligence is available for registered Intermodal Europe 2013 visitors to download.

Recent Trends in Container ShippingIntermodal Europe has partnered with Lloyd's List Intelligence to give Intermodal Europe visitors access to this exclusive white paper, which is valued at €399, completely free of charge” explains Sophie Ahmed, Event Director. “To access this valuable resource, people simply need to register as a visitor for the free-to-attend conference and exhibition.

According to the white paper, titled ‘Recent Trends in Container Shipping', the container fleet has grown by almost 70% in terms of the number of vessels in the last ten years but has more than doubled in teu (twenty-foot equivalent unit) terms. One of the key questions addressed by Lloyd's List Intelligence is - where is this capacity going?

A conference session on day one of Intermodal Europe 2013, presented by Container Analyst at Lloyd's List Intelligence, Sarah Bennett, will explore the white paper, looking at recent container trends, fleet development and the implications of fleet size on port calls.



Intermodal Europe 2013 will be held at the Hamburg Messe in Germany from 8-10 October. It is the world's leading free-to-attend container transport and logistics event. Register, free-of-charge, online at www.intermodal-events.com to receive a registration pack and visitor badge for the three day event. Registration also enables access to the connect@intermodal networking tool and the latest show news emails, as well as the exclusive white paper.

Visitors know they can come to Intermodal Europe to discover the latest equipment, systems, technology and services designed to improve operations throughout the container and shipping industry” says Sophie Ahmed.

For further information, visit www.intermodal-events.com.


 


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