Considered catalysts of economic growth in the Philippines, the transport and logistics sectors stand to benefit greatly from the government’s Build, Build, Build program. In fact, the Department of Finance (DOF) has urged corporate giants in the logistics industry to help local enterprises take advantage of the benefits of state-of-the-art distribution network set to be produced by various infrastructure projects being lined up by the government. On August 16 to 18, some of the industry’s leading suppliers will showcase their latest offerings at the sixth edition of Transport and Logistics Philippines, the country’s only trade event specifically dedicated to these sectors. The event will happen at the World Trade Center Metro Manila. Interested parties may register online at www.globallinkmp.com/transportandlogistics before August 14 for free passes.“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 the Transport and Logistics Philippines, every consumer, every business will have the chance to source efficient and economically possible technologies that can help them grow.”Aside from the expo, the show will once again feature the Transport and Logistics Forum, a one-day activity that seeks to bring together private and public sector stakeholders to discuss policies, trends, and best practices that are set to shape the future of the industry. This year’s forum will focus on the relevance of the Build, Build, Build program to the sector, covering topics such as BBB towards a strong transport & logistics industry, Paving way for an Efficient Logistics Sector, National Logistics Master Plan in Action, Regulatory reform initiatives of PPA, and more. Those interested to attend can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request for more info. The Transport and Logistics Forum is co-organized by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines.
This is the sixth 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. There will also be several international pavilions that are focused on the aftermarket industry for auto, trucks, motorcycle parts and accessories. “This is a complete industry showcase. I highly encourage companies to visit the show,” Tan Added.Participating brands include Chevron Philippines Inc., Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc., JVF Commercial And Project Development Support And Services, MAN Automotive Concessionaires Corp., Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation – Fuso, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum, Sobida Motors Corporation, All Prime International, Auto Global Inc. (JMC), Autokid, BSB Junrose Autoparts, Cheska Freight, Dennis International Merchandising, G-Tecnica Equipment Corporation, Hino Motors Philippines, Honda Logistics Philippines, Inteluck, JAC Automobile, Japan Venture, Monark Equipment, Prime Quest Transport, United Asia Automotive Group (Foton), ZL Machinery Philippines, and many more.
Held alongside with the Transport and Logistics Philippines is the Automechanic Philippines, a showcase of auto aftermarket parts and accessories where the leading international manufacturers will be coming in and showcase their latest products in one comprehensive pavilion. To get your visitor pass, register online at www.globallinkmp.com/transportandlogistics or www.globallinkmp.com/automechanicphilippines or keep posted through Facebook: @TransportandLogisticsPH / @AutomechanicPH.