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Coastlink is a neutral pan-European network dedicated to the promotion of short sea and feeder shipping and the intermodal transport networks through the ports that support the sector.
Want to know more? Join us at the Coastlink Conference on 21 & 22 April 2021 at the Port of Antwerp. This 2-day event will be held in the prestigious Port House and will include full networking opportunities together with a technical visit at the short sea shipping terminal in the afternoon of Day 2. Delegate places include:
Conference attendance on both days
Place at the Conference Dinner on the evening of Day 1 – 21st April 2021
Place on the Technical Visit at the Port of Antwerp, on Day 2 – 22nd April 2021 which will include a tour of the short sea shipping terminal
Conference Handbook & full documentation in electronic format
Lunch and refreshments on both days
Networking Opportunities throughout the event
Book your delegate place online and take advantage of all that Coastlink has to offer in 2021. Or, contact our dedicated team: Jo Miller on email@example.com +44 1329 825335 or; Sally Wattam on firstname.lastname@example.org to talk through how we can help you participate in this event.
For full information on the Coastlink Conference visit our website. Full details of the 2-day Conference Programme can be found here and information on our speakers can be accessed here.