Erhardt Projects was present as an exhibitor at Breakbulk Middle East (BBME), the largest project cargo sector and large-scale networking event in the Middle East.
The seventh edition of the BBME, held on February 13-14 at the Dubai World Trade Center, aimed to promote face-to-face communication between key players in the shipping industry and brought together key decision makers in project cargo for the entire Middle East.
This edition of the BBME was sponsored by the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and was the meeting point for leading companies in the oil and gas, power and renewable energy, mining and minerals, engineering, procurement and construction, industrial manufacturing, and aerospace industries in a region where there is substantial economic activity in these areas.
Erhardt Projects which has a presence in the United Arab Emirates, was present as an exhibitor with its own stand, at an edition attended by the most important companies in the project cargo sector worldwide.
For two days, members of the Abu Dhabi and Spain teams turned our stand into one of the nerve centers of the fair, led by Alberto Uriarte, CEO of Erhardt Logistics; Eugenio Erhardt Barrenechea, Erhardt board member; Igor Muñiz, CEO of Erhardt Projects; Andy Hall, Managing Director of Erhardt Projects Cargo & LOgistics Middle East; and Alejandro Cañas, Managing Director of Erhardt Projects.
The rest of the delegation comprised Hammad Khan, Manish Javeri, Afsal Chalil, Surendar Sridharan, Alberto Rodriguez, Manuel Diaz, and Blanca Alarcia.
Over the two days of the exhibition and conference, attendees had access to the latest, most advanced logistics solutions developed by some of the leading suppliers in the project cargo sector.
The Erhardt Projects team also had the opportunity to access various presentations on the sector, particularly one dedicated to Saudi Arabia under the title “Saudi Arabia Project Spotlight: The Role of Giga Projects” in which Erhardt’s CEO Igor Muñiz took part as a speaker. He pointed out that Saudi Arabia is entering a new age and is being redefined by goals set out in Vision 2030, with the development of key ‘giga projects’ throughout the kingdom providing the basis for this transformation.