Breakbulk Middle East to Kick Off Virtually Tomorrow

Breakbulk Middle East to Kick Off Virtually Tomorrow
The virtual event will feature some of the leading names from government and private entities, who will discuss key topics

UAE – Dubai – 8 of February 2021: Breakbulk Middle East (BBME), the GCC’s leading breakbulk and project cargo event, held under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, will host their Digital Special tomorrow in the midst of high-level officials and professionals from the breakbulk and project cargo industry. The live-in person event is scheduled to be held on February 1-2, 2022.
Over the years, Breakbulk Middle East has established itself as a recognized forum that allows engaging discussion between changemakers in the industry. Through their various endeavours, they have fuelled industry growth.
Tackling critical topics
The event will feature discussions on topics of importance like the significant role of women in the industry and the need to educate the younger generation about the industry and the opportunities available.
Speaking about the strategic topics that BBME highlights, H.R.H. Princess Sarah Al Saud, Director of Maritime Business Development at the International Forum for Maritime Transport, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport explained, “Talking about women in the industry was very important as they have been a major part in the success of the industry. The team at BBME, has year after year, focused on this subject and ensured that women don’t shy away from exploring career opportunities in the industry. In a way, it is a reason why we see so many women leading key organizations today. I am thrilled to be a part of the Digital Special as it will shed light on some critical issues that we are facing today, especially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
H.E Prof. Dr. Ismail Abdelghafar Ismail Farag, President of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport emphasized, “There is no doubt that the industry has achieved great heights, but we must not forget that securing the future is also integral. Educating the younger generation about the ample opportunities in the industry is an urgent need. In this regard, BBME has constantly done their bit. Their Education Day initiative has been eye-opening for aspiring professionals. They not only learn about the fundamentals of the industry, but they also get the opportunity to interact with some leading names in the sector.”

A one-of-its-kind experience
With the constantly evolving business landscape, this year’s event will be different, yet bigger and better. The Digital Special will provide professionals with an accessible platform to discuss industry challenges despite the global crisis. Featuring on-demand content, it will tackle a multitude of topics, ranging from business outlook, lessons from the pandemic, digitalisation and more.
Eagerly looking forward to the virtual edition, Ben Blamire, Event Director, Breakbulk Middle East, “For years, we have provided a platform for the industry to discuss pertinent concerns. We are glad that we are back this year too, though in a different format. The pandemic could not stop us from being back as we understand the importance of the event in the industry. Considering the era we are living in, we were able to identify specific themes that would best elevate the UAE, and the regional breakbulk industry’s status. We are certain that all our attendees will be enriched with strategic insights and learn from the best in the industry.”
Leslie Meredith, Marketing Director, Breakbulk Events & Media said, “As the registrations for this year’s edition are coming to a close, we are thrilled with the response we have received. Both government and private sector entities have come forward to show their support for the event and we cannot be more grateful. The industry’s support has helped us achieve a leading status as one of the leading events in the project cargo and breakbulk sector. And we are confident that it will be only up and upwards from here. We have consciously approached this year’s event with the intent of ensuring agenda topics reflect the needs of all those involved, and seek to inspire relevant discussions that enhance the overall landscape of the UAE, its maritime stability, and the global breakbulk sector.”
Breakbulk Middle East Digital Special will be free for all. Breakbulk also recently launched the Breakbulk365 program that includes engaging webinars and the BreakbulkONE Show to ensure the project cargo industry stays connected and updated on insights and regional information at all times. To receive the weekly BreakbulkONE newsletter, sign up at http://breakbulk.com/page/one.

Registration for Breakbulk Middle East Digital Special is open

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About Breakbulk Events & Media, a division of Hyve Group (formally ITE Group)
Breakbulk events are held in four locations around the world and are the leading industry-specific exhibition in each region. Due to strong gatekeeping systems with companies in the Middle East, Breakbulk Middle East is one of the only ways to make direct connections with logistics and procurement decision makers, assured by its deepening ties with local government. More than an exhibition, Breakbulk Middle East offers a full two-day conference, covering the hot topics project cargo specialists need to know to seize regional opportunities and construct effective project plans. Led by the key players in the region, the conference also offers face-to-face opportunities to discuss these topics in greater depth. With strong support from regional cargo owners, Breakbulk Middle East is the place for logistics, transport and other service providers to connect with those that hold new business contracts.

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