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Sailing in the Challenge: Asian Logistics and Shipping Conference 2019 opens up new business opportu

  • Author:Hank
  • Source:Xinde Maritime
  • Release Date:2019-10-26
The theme of "Contact and Innovation: Sailing in the Challenge", the 9thAsian LogisticsThe shipping conference will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from November 19th to 20th.

This session is expected to invite more than 70 logistics and shipping experts and industry leaders to serve as speakers to discuss the industry's three hot words: connectivity, technology innovation and customer experience within and outside Asia.

As Asia's largest logistics and shipping conference, more than 2,000 industry elites and cargo owners will come to the site to exchange the latest market information and explore business opportunities in logistics, air freight, shipping and supply chain management in the region, and establish a business network. In addition, a new market consultation session will be held at this session. At that time, representatives of Hong Kong's logistics associations and relevant emerging market representatives will be on hand to provide free logistics consulting services to the participants.

The exhibition held at the same venue brought together more than 100 exhibitors to introduce supply chain management, shipping and e-commerce services. The conference will also arrange a number of business matching. Participants can conduct deep face-to-face communication with potential business partners, establish business contacts and expand business opportunities.

Hong Kong's unique position in the global economy and its strong resilience make it attract international business as always.

For more than 50 years, HKTDC has been striving to build Hong Kong into an international trading platform. In the past few months, despite the continuous social events, we have successfully completed a series of large-scale promotion activities and international-level exhibitions and conferences held in Hong Kong.

The 4th "One Belt, One Road Summit" was successfully held on September 11-12. More than 80 global government officials and business leaders were invited to give speeches and successfully attracted more than 5,000 political and business leaders from more than 60 countries and regions. participate. More than 700 one-to-one project matchmaking meetings were arranged in the forum, with more than 300 companies participating. It is enough to prove that Hong Kong's attractiveness to foreign businessmen is still unabated, and it is still an important international trade link.