The Transparency Market Research, a global market research firm, forecasted the Philippines’ freight and logistics market to reach up to P3.26 trillion by 2023.
True enough; the Filipino population is seeing this strong demand for storage facilities and warehouses especially for food, beverage, apparel, and other parcels. There was also a significant increase in the popularity of express delivery at premium price. This movement in the country’s economy resulted from greater spending power brought by the robust economy.
With this foreseen growth in the industry, it is important that the key people in the sector remain updated with what’s new in the market. This is where the 7th edition of Transport and Logistics Philippines comes in. The event is expected to unite 200 of the biggest suppliers in the industry covering 15,000 sq.m of exhibition space to show off their latest products and services to the owners of various transport and logistics companies in the country. The event is set on August 15 to 17 at the World Trade Center, Metro Manila. Interested visitors are encouraged to register at www.transportandlogiscticsphilippines.com for a free pass to the expo.
“One of the greatest challenges in addressing our market demands is not only looking for efficient distribution channels but supporting your business with cost effective solutions and technologies,” shared Patrick-Lawrence Tan, CEO of Global-Link MP Events International Inc., organizers of the event. “That’s what Transport and Logistics Philippines is for. This show serves as a platform for introducing up-to-date solutions in the sector. Through more than Transport and Logistics Philippines, every consumer, every business will have the chance to source efficient and economically possible technologies that can help them grow.”
This is the seventh year that Transport and Logistics Philippines will bring together hundreds of manufacturers and distributors of commercial vehicles, trucks, buses, and supply chain technologies in a single venue. Participating brands include Sobida Motors Corporation, Sojitz Fuso Philippines Corp, JAC Automobile, G-Technica Equipment Corp., Man Automotive Concessionaires Corp., The Legacy Trucks & Tractors, Inc., JMC Philippines, Hino Motors Philippines, PPC Asia Corp., K-Lift Industrial Corp., Civic Merchandising, Inc., MHE-Demag Inc., Powerlifters Philippines Inc., Target Display, Victor Hardware, Volga Oil, Mac-Nels Line Inc., Primal Enterprises Corp., Euro Auto Parts Philippines, Dennis International Merchandising, Colent Marketing, Hyster Forklift Philippines, M-Tech Asia Trading, All Prime International Motor, HMR Philippines, Tech 1 Corporation, and more.
There are also international pavilions from China, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore and Germany that are focused on the aftermarket industry for auto, trucks, motorcycle parts and accessories. Some of these international companies are Guangzhou Boyi Exhibition Co. Ltd., SCS Co. Ltd., Aceally (Xiamen) Technology, Spieth (Xiamen) Technology Co., Ltd., Jiangsu Guteyou Automation Technology Co. Ltd., Jiangsu Gaxiao Environmental Technology Co., Ltd, Nanjing Ouman Logistics Technology Co., Ltd, Jiangsu Xinzhongya Intelligent Logistics Equipment Manufacturing Co., Ltd, Nanjing Better Metallic Products Co., Ltd., Ningbo Donghai, Noblelift Intelligent Equipment, Lht Holdings Limited, Zoho Corp. and a lot more.
Aside from the expo, the show features a 1-day Transport & Logistics Forum which aims to become a sharing platform on the relevant updates and an in-depth understanding of the latest trends, challenges and best practices in the market today. The forum is scheduled on August 15, topics include “Port Regulations after Build Build Build – Ease of Doing Business Law Update”, “Internet Economic Ecosystem – MSMEs Driving Supply Chain Growth”, The Future of Supply Chain, Procurement and Logistics”, “Philippine Logistics Roadmap”, Best Practices in E-Commerce and 3PL”, “Supply Chain Automation – Innovative Warehousing System with Robotics” and “Smarter Philippines for Digital Alignment”. The Forum will be held on August 15, to reserve a seat and inquire about registration and fees, you may send an email to [email protected]
The Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia (PASIA) also expressed their support in the event. PASIA will be conducting a 1-day forum on August 16 entitled “Best Practices in Supply Chain, Procurement and Logistics”. It is a technical seminar focusing on the enhancement of professionals related to the industry. For more information, interested delegates may send an email to [email protected]
“Through the Transport and Logistics Philippines 2019, every consumer and every business will have the chance to source efficient and economically possible technologies that can help them grow,” remarked Tan.
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