Event Start:
19/02/19 15:30
Event End:
19/02/19 19:30
Location:
DAGO Centrum, Rondo ONZ 1, 00-124 Warsaw, Poland
Event Summary:

IPFA Europe: Warsaw: Poland as the Crossroads for Rail Cargo and Infrastructure


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Logistics chains utilising rail cargo continue to expand throughout Europe and globally.  Poland’s key geographical position in the heart of Europe makes it a key force in the expansion of trade and movement of goods, both east-west and north-south.  This event brings together leading players and experts to discuss the role Poland plays today and will play in the future in the rail cargo industry, what infrastructure is being or needs to be developed, such as intermodal logistics centres, and the influence of and expectations for such initiatives as Belt and Road, Three Seas, Rail Baltica, TEN-T and environmentally friendly transport.

The agenda for this event will be announced shortly.

 

Hosts

Organisation:
Squire Patton Boggs

Fees

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IPFA Member
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