Visit Us As A VIP For Multimodal 2023

Apr 21, 2023

Visit Us As A VIP For Multimodal 2023

MultiFreight will be exhibiting at Multimodal again this year, and would like to invite you to visit us as a VIP Guest.

This year’s event at the Birmingham NEC takes place between Tuesday 13th June and Thursday 15th June, and is generally considered to be the main exhibition for the logistics and forwarding industry.

The benefits of a VIP invite includes:

  • A dedicated fast-track registration check-in desk
  • Reserved VIP seating in the seminar sessions

and VIP Lounge facilities with:

  • Meeting areas for private discussions
  • Work spaces, charging points and free wifi
  • Refreshments
  • Private cloakroom and concierge service
  • Daily newspapers

Multimodal represents every logistics sector under one roof, and is characterised by key vertical sectors, including manufacturing, retail, agribusiness, chemical, automotive, electronics, FMCG, food & drink, fashion, pharmaceuticals, construction, aerospace, energy, real estate, recycling, paper/print and perishables, amongst others, whilst horizontally, the show covers all modes of transportation, including sea, road, rail, air and inland waterways.

We will be exhibiting at Stand B6 and very much hope you can join us there. If you would like to arrange a dedicated meeting at the event, then please get in touch with us.

In the meantime, you can register for vip access HERE

– Your MultiFreight Team

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