ICT&Logistiek 2023 has a broad content program and a wide range of smart and concrete solutions for the issues of today and tomorrow. Below you will find an overview of the activities during ICT&Logistiek 2023. Come back regularly for an update with new activities.
Plenty of debate about logistics
The program for ICT&Logistiek 2023 is bigger and better than ever before. New this year are the debates organised by the Vereniging Logistiek Management (VLM) on the first day of the trade show. These will be about the importance of the logistics sector for the Netherlands, the challenges in the logistics job market and technology as a success factor in e-commerce.
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The Logistic Speeddate
Jong Logistiek Nederland (JLN) wants to bring together companies, students and young professionals in a smart, fun and enjoyable way with their ‘logistic speed dates’ on November 8. An ideal opportunity for visitors to have a 1-on-1, 10-minute conversation with various logistics companies: easy and efficient.
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Cyber Security Pavilion
This year, we will again pay extra attention to the theme of cyber security, with a Cyber Security Pavilion. Here you will find out how you can increase cyber security within your transport or logistics organization.
The TLN-tours by Transport & Logistiek Nederland (TLN) are on the program again this year. The tours will focus on topics such as office and planning, vehicles, fleet management and telematics, and warehouse management. There will also be tours aimed at students and advisors.
Note: only in Dutch
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Main stage: Logistics Arena
The keynote program on the main stage is the flagship of ICT&Logistiek. Inspiring keynote speakers will update you on crucial topics that will shape the future of logistics. Be inspired by valuable insights and innovative strategies.
6 themed theatres
Are you looking for new insights? Then visit the 6 themed theatres that are part of the extensive knowledge program. In addition to the BLMC Supply Chain Theatre and the Slimstock Theatre, you will find theatres on Data-driven Logistics, Logistics Automation, Digital Transformation and Tech Trends. Choose from approximately 40 presentations and boost your knowledge of specific areas with the information provided by exhibitors and experts.
The “Empowering Zero-Emission Logistics” challenge calls on up-and-coming talent from logistics programs (MBO, HBO and WO) to come up with innovative ideas and solutions together with a company or government agency. Educational institutions and students can register for four themes: construction logistics, city logistics, corridors and supply chains.
On Wednesday 8 November, a professional jury will select a winner based on poster presentations and pitches by the various teams.
Let yourself be inspired by the poster presentations and pitches in the “Challenge Arena” (Stand 04.B124) and don’t miss the exciting climax.
Students’ Day: 8 November
ICT&Logistiek 2023 offers a lot of program elements that are especially interesting for young logistics professionals. “The Logistic Speed Date” on 8 November, organised by Jong Logistiek Nederland (JLN), offers you the opportunity to get to know companies in a smart, fun and enjoyable way.
In addition, there will be an “Empowering Zero-Emission Logistics” challenge, where business can meet emerging talents from logistics programs (MBO, HBO and WO).
And why not take part in the Student TLN Tour? This gives you a great impression of recent developments in ICT and logistics in a short space of time.
This year there is a special Start-Up Pavilion, where start-up companies present their innovations to the industry.