Smet Logistics will also be present with its own stand at the 2019 edition of Transpotec Logitec. This is the largest event dedicated to transport logistics, organized by Fiera Milano, which will be held from 21 to 24 February in Verona.
The event comes right in the middle of a relatively favorable period. In fact, 2018 saw a growth of 5.2 tons compared to the previous year in the registration of industrial vehicles over 3.5 tons, and 4.8% compared to 2017, as regards the registration of vehicles with a mass over 16 tons. Transpotec Logitec 2019, therefore, represents, among other things, also the opportunity to rejuvenate a fleet of vehicles, the Italian one, which in Europe is among the oldest.
Transpotec Logitec: the trade fair for transport logistics
The Transpotec Logitec fair, as the experts know, is the Italian event dedicated to transport logistics. In fact, Transpotec – as it is abbreviated – is aimed at hauliers, logistics managers, fleet owners, companies active in large distribution, couriers and owners. It is not, however, a simple exhibition, but a strategic opportunity for networking and business. It is no coincidence that Verona was chosen as the location for the event. The city of Veneto, in fact, is the crossroads between two major European corridors, with a strong industrial vocation in the field of road transport.
Transpotec Logitec 2019: the novelties of the fair
The Transpotec Logitec 2019 also wants to offer a complete view of the market: not only heavy vehicles, but also trailers, equipment, components, services and logistics solutions. The 2019 edition, among other things, will also see the dense presence of manufacturers, who will present the latest news of the moment, especially with regard to the new forms of supply: liquid and electric natural gas.
A large space will also be reserved for the sector of controlled temperature transport. An area that is constantly looking for solutions that can guarantee greater reliability and sustainability of costs. In the same way, Transpotec will also have a sector dedicated to the world of spare parts. The Aftermarket Village, organised by Parts Truck magazine, will contain proposals from over thirty companies specialising in the manufacture of accessories for heavy vehicles. Among the novelties introduced this year, then, the Logistic Village, where there will be meetings and workshops dedicated to logistics and freight transport. Among others, the Sustainable Intermodality Logistics Association will also be present. The training events will also be held in collaboration with some of the most important publishers, associations and service companies in the sector.