SIL 2022 reopens its doors after 2 years and surpasses the participants of the last edition

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SIL 2022 reopens its doors after 2 years and surpasses the participants of the last edition

The International Logistics Show (SIL) has reopened its doors this week, after two years without being held due to the pandemic, claiming the growing relevance of a sector that has focused in recent months on minimizing Stress in Supply Chains More than 12,000 international visitors, 650 exhibiting companies and 300 speakers will be part of this 22nd edition of SIL 2022, which will take place until this Friday in Hall 8 of the Fira de Montjuïc in Barcelona.

Inauguration of the SIL 2022

The official inauguration of SIL 2022 was attended by the Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Raquel Sánchez; the Secretary of Territory and Mobility of the Generalitat, Isidre Gavín; the State Special Delegate to the Barcelona Free Trade Zone Consortium (CZFB), Pere Navarro; the president of Extremadura –community invited to the fair–, Guillermo Fernández Vara, and the first deputy mayor of Barcelona, ​​Jaume Collboni. Minister Sánchez emphasized that the SIL is “a top-level show that has become an international benchmark in the sector”

In addition to the usual professional contacts that take place in this fair, the event hosts round tables and conferences where the different actors contribute their views. The general director of the Port of Barcelona, ​​José Alberto Carbonell, has stated: “It seemed that We have found a perfect balance and it has practically broken. Barcelona is already a ‘hub’ -node- of the first order, with a 15% railway quota, and has regretted that maritime transport does not move decisively towards decarbonisation, a commitment that the tourism sector has made. In addition, he wanted to make it clear that we are at the right time to accelerate the transformation of the railway, both because of the greater interest in sustainability and because major works are beginning to come to an end. is how the Mediterranean Corridor can be.

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