Transport, Handling, Warehousing and Distribution of Forest Products
Meet a dawning future in the Baltic Sea area at Baltic Shipping Days, which is back and ready to exceed its past successes.
A worldwide audience travelled to Amsterdam to hear about the latest developments in logistics/transportation; they did not go away disappointed
Session 1: Challenges and opportunities facing the forest products logistics industry
Session 2: Paper & Packaging Panel
Session 3: Pulp Panel
Session 4: The challenges and opportunities for shipping & transportation in Asia
Session 5: Examining the potential from biomass & biofuel
Session 6: (Hosted by CEPI) EU policy and sustainable transport for the paper industry
Session 7: (Hosted by CEPI) The shipping industry and the challenge of emissions reduction.
Sjuul Paraijs, editor-in-chief, De Telegraaf, gave the keynote presentation at this year's PPI Transport Symposium 19, offering his thoughts on the future of newspapers and how the transport industry is crucially important to their success.
Dertje Meijer, CEO of the Port of Amsterdam, welcomed delegates, exhibitors, and guests to this year's event and to the city of Amsterdam from the host port of PPI Transport Symposium 19.
A full list of scheduled networking functions for delegates, exhibitors and attendees at this year's Symposium in Amsterdam.
Business travelers are starting to hit the road again, but companies are more cost-conscious than ever. Tricks and tips from seasoned road warriors can keep your company in the black and you in the green.
Almost a quarter of all active IFPTA members participate in a recent PPI Transport Symposium 19 Conference Survey, expressing their opinions on what they most want to see in Amsterdam.
International transport of forest products demands integrated efforts of many disciplines. Foresters, mill managers, chemical and clay producers, traffic and logistics managers, must all talk to and work with rail and trucking representatives, marine transporters, stevedores, port and terminal operators, and manufacturers of handling equipment.
The IFPTA has hundreds of members around the world. Serving the membership is the IFPTA’s Board of Directors, which includes the Association’s officers and directors.
The idea behind the IFPTA dates back to 1974. A key speaker at the first PPI Transport Symposium challenged industry executives to establish an organization through which they could learn from one another and cooperate for mutual benefit.