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BHV presents latest trends in project logistics

BREMEN. In September, the Bremische Hafen- und Logistikvertretung (BHV) sent out invitations to attend the ‘Fachforum Projektlogistik,’ a virtual event organised by BHV. It was the eighth time that this forum took place with representatives from the industry who spoke about the current situation in the market. Results from the latest ‘BHV Project Logistics Monitor’ were presented, and more than 60 companies took part. The survey revealed, among other things, that increasing volumes are expected in 2022 and that the project logistics location of Bremen/Bremerhaven has excelled thanks to the quality and extensive range of its logistics services.

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