logitrans Turkey postponed to November 10–12, 2021
logitrans Turkey, the trade fair for the logistics and transport value chain in the Eurasian region, has been postponed on account of the current Covid-19 pandemic. The next physical event will be held on November 10-12, 2021.
EKO MMI Fuarcilik, the organizers of the event, cited the inability of registered exhibitors to join the event due to travel restrictions as the reason for the postponement of the trade fair.
“We are adapting to this dynamic situation and are rescheduling logitrans Turkey, which will be held November 10–12, 2021 at Istanbul Fair Center, Istanbul. Under the current Covid-19 conditions, we would not have been able to meet the expectations of the industry with our show this year in November,” said Gerhard Gerritzen, member of the management board of Messe München.
In 2021, logitrans Turkey will be held as usual as a three-day physical event bringing together the logistics, air cargo and supply chain management community in Istanbul and thereby presenting the platform to meet, connect, learn and embrace new business opportunities.
Ilker Altun, managing director, EKO MMI Fuarcılık, Turkey adds, “International supply chain management has been absolutely essential supporting the global trade, including the delivery of vital shipments of medicine and supplies fast and safely. I am confident that the opportunities the supply chain community is facing can help this industry come out of this crisis stronger, modern and more resilient to future shocks. I look forward to welcoming all representatives again in November 2021 in Istanbul.”
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