Next week, the Transport Logistic in Munich (TLM) will open its doors for the whole global logistics industry.

As a leading, independent worldwide operating supply chain, logistics and location consulting firm Buck Consultants International will not only attend as an exhibitor, but our firm also organizes two very interesting events on Wednesday May 10th (free of charge; registration recommended).

Meet us at Booth 309/410 in Hall B2

Come visit us and have a chat about what we can do to support your success!


Attend our seminar(s) on Wednesday, May 10

Seminar: How to benefit from the wave of new batteries plants in Europe?

Time: 10.30 – 11.30 hrs

Room: B21 (first floor of Hall B2)

Hundreds of new batteries plants (OEMs and their suppliers) will create huge opportunities for companies in the batteries value chain, specialized logistics services providers and attractive cities and regions. What does the battery value chain look like? What are the location requirements of these companies? What countries have a lot to offer? What specific warehouse requirements have to be considered?


  • René Buck, CEO and Eric Mekenkamp, principal consultant at Buck Consultants International, explain the batteries value chain, the potential for companies, 3PLs and regions and the way how you can benefit, but also what preparations you have to make.
  • Dominic Strunk, Head of Full Vehicle Logistics Business Development of CEVA Logistics will explain the specific logistics requirements of the end-2-end batteries supply chain.
  • Interactive discussion with the audience.

Registration (free of charge): via THIS LINK

Seminar: The changing role of logistics hubs in future supply chains

Time: 12.00 – 13.00 hrs

Room: B21 (first floor of Hall B2)

With reshoring trends and new supply chain strategies in various industry verticals the role of logistics hubs (seaports/inland ports/intermodal terminals) will change. Does reshoring of production capacity back to Europe means less business for seaports, but more flows within Europe? Will we have more distribution centers and assembly/production activities in warehouses than ever before?

Moderated by René Buck, CEO of Buck Consultants International, a panel of international experts will discuss the topic.

The panel includes:

  • Ingrid Vanstreels, Business Development Manager, Port of Antwerp-Bruges
  • Christoph Schwarz, Head of Intermodal Strategy, Duisburger Hafen
  • Bert Hesselink, Group Client Relationship Director, CTP
  • Angie Brown, Manager Transport, Rhenus Logistics

Registration (free of charge): via THIS LINK

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