Once more, the Breakbulk Europe 2019 will take place in the Hanseatic city of Bremen. And our logistics specialists are part of the event again.
The Breakbulk Europe is one of the world’s most important fairs regarding transport solutions for oversized and overweight goods. International forwarding and logistics specialists as well as representatives from shippers and consignees from the industrial sector will come together at this event. It is the second time the fair takes place in Bremen – 2018 was its premiere – and Karl Gross had been present with its own booth, too. This time halls 4 to 7 at the Bürgerweide fair grounds will be the place of interest again – and we will not be missing.
From May 21st to 23rd, all interested persons have the opportunity to get and exchange information about new and proven logistics solutions and transport options for heavy and oversized goods. The project specialists of the Karl Gross Group will be in the “known place” – hall 6, booth C21.
“Several interesting talks and manifold impressions last year led us to be present with a booth at the Breakbulk Europe again”, Steffen W. Fulst, Managing Director at Karl Gross, says. “And we have news, too: a new office in Germany’s capital Berlin with focus on project logistics. The fair is a good opportunity to present it.”
“Karl Gross was founded in 1876 in Brake near Bremen – to say so: of course with our Northern German origin, we want to be present again at the Breakbulk Europe 2019”, Martin Kollmann, Managing Director of Karl Gross, says. “The ports of Bremen, Bremerhaven, Brake and Hamburg are important places when talking about intercontinental break bulk shipments and project logistics in general. And all of them are located ‘just around the corner’. Of course, we want to present our deep local know-how.”
Specialists from our international offices will be present at the fair for all interested parties. Again, they will give an impression of “our world of project logistics”. “Planning and realizing intercontinental logistics solutions for break bulk cargo is our daily business, so we have a lot to tell”, Steffen W. Fulst says.