Multimodal Connect

COMING UP NEXT : 10TH DECEMBER 2020 : 14.00–15.30

Ports: Enabling the supply chain of the Future
Unlocking value: Improving sustainability: Increasing resilience

Frank Robotham, Ports Advisor

Expert Panel

  • John Williams, Executive Chairman, Maritime Transport 
  • John Smith, Managing Director, GBRf 
  • Stephen Carr, Group Commercial Director, Peel Ports
  • Gary Jeffreys, CEO, CMA CGM (UK)
  • Jerry Hopkinson, Chief Operating Officer and Vice Chairman, PD Ports 
  • Shipper (TBA)

It's free to attend - please register below 
If you have registered for one of our previous webinars there's no need to register again.
You will be notified automatically.  Access will be via your Swapcard account.)
COMING UP NEXT : 10TH DECEMBER 2020 :  14.00–15.30
Frank Robotham
Frank has had a career of nearly 40 years in the ports industry holding senior commercial positions with the UK's largest port operating companies - ABP - Associated British Ports and the Mersey Docks...
Read more
John Williams, Executive Chairman, Maritime Transport
John has established, developed and run numerous successful transport ventures in the UK and Europe and has had an influential role in shaping the landscape of the transport and logistics industry in ...
Read more
John Smith, Managing Director, GBRf
John Smith founded GB Railfreight in 1999 and is the company’s Managing Director. He has worked in the rail industry for 43 years. In 1977, John joined British Rail, managin...
Read more
Stephen Carr
Stephen joined Peel Ports in 2009 as Head of Business Development for the Mersey Division before moving to his current group role, Commercial Director in 2017. During his time with Peel Ports, Stephen...
Read more
Jerry Hopkinson
Jerry Hopkinson is Chief Operating Officer of PD Ports, one of the UK’s leading port operators. For the last 25 years, Jerry has held a board level position at the firm, playing a key role through s...
Read more


Port of Felixstowe

Container Shipping: Revolution or Evolution?

Round-table webinar on 21st January 2021

Disruption from Covid-19, Brexit, Digitalisation and other market changes are requiring a re-set; a difference approach to managing supply chains. What strategies can shippers expect from their 3PLs & shipping lines? 

· Adrian Jones, Commercial Director, Problems Solved Ltd & ex General Manager MOL (Europe)

Expert Panel
· Jeremy Haycock, CEO, Maersk UK
· Representative from shipping line
· Representative from 3PL
· Representative from digital 3PL
· Representative from technology provider

Register your interest here and we will be in touch when registration is live.   If you have registered for a previous webinar you will be notified automatically.


In case you missed 5th November Webinar

Brexit: The Tactics  -  Quick wins, tricks of the trade & mitigation 

With the prospect of a last minute Brexit deal still hanging by a thread, importers and exporters are still unsure as to what measures they will need to have in place. Many will be planning for both scenarios – but many still have much work to do.

In this webinar, we examined what options remain for shippers, 3PLs and their service partners.  And our panel discussed last minute tactics, mitigation solutions and their “tricks of the trade”.


In case you missed 16th September Webinar

BREXIT: Overcoming the Supply Chain Challenges and Successfully Managing Post Transition Trade

In this session we explored how ready UK businesses are for Brexit, what are the most significant challenges to efficient and cost effective supply chain operations and what steps are being taken by companies to mitigate any risks and manage trade with the EU post the Brexit transition period. Using feedback from UK businesses to gain an insight into:
  • The expectations and concerns around the impact of Brexit.
  • The preparedness of UK firms for Brexit.
  • The disruption to Brexit planning due to COVID-19.
  • The steps being taken to prepare for the impact of Brexit on supply chains

In case you missed 15th July Webinar

Accelerating eCommerce fulfilment: capacity, compliance and profitability

Accelerating eCommerce fulfilment: capacity, compliance and profitability : the current pandemic has accelerated the adoption of eCommerce placing large demands on the fulfilment network. Retailers, 3PLs, warehouse operators, fulfilment houses and delivery networks have had to scale up to peak levels of activity whilst also developing safe ways of working. The industry is to find profitable models and ways of working that can sustain activities in the short near and long term.


Don't miss out on a new lead source

Due to circumstances beyond the control of the organisers, timings, speakers and locations may change. 
The organisers regret any inconvenience this may cause.