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Breakbulk Asia

From August 03, 2020 09:00 until August 04, 2020 18:00
+86 21 61806789 ext 839 ; 18116317719

Breakbulk Asia

Breakbulk Asia (formerly Breakbulk China) is a conference and exhibition in the region for project cargo and breakbulk professionals

Breakbulk Asia (formerly Breakbulk China) is a conference and exhibition in the region for project cargo and breakbulk professionals. New for is the expanded geographic reach as a result of participants in the show. What does this mean for you? More connections to project decision makers both inside China and throughout Asia.

Breakbulk Asia exhibition offers an unparalleled opportunity to connect with the industrial project supply chain—shippers and service providers, local and international—who are involved in today’s megaprojects that revolve around China’s One Belt, One Road program.

Along with finding new partners, you’ll also gain invaluable insight around critical business practices in the region. Every market has its differences and knowing how to navigate the ins and outs of compliance, cross-border regulations and contracts can have a big impact on your bottom line.


Breakbulk Events & Media organizes four events in worldwide locations to connect those involved in the transport and logistics of project cargo with project owners, engineering, procurement, and construction companies and others in the industrial project cargo supply chain. 

Breakbulk’s industry-leading events are held annually in Dubai, Shanghai, Bremen, and Houston, designed to cover the very big world of project development. The events bring together decision makers with product and service providers. They are a place where companies and their customers can meet face-to-face and strengthen their relationships, as well as meet new potential clients. 

Conference sessions provide focused, geo-adapted programming, with selected speakers addressing important regional topics, as well as global issues and their effects on the region. 

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