Prologis to Feature as Platinum Sponsors at 3PL Summit & CSCO Forum

Prologis, the commercial property company, will be the main sponsor of this year’s 3PL Summit & Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum, taking place in Amsterdam on November 12-14th.

Prologis will be joined by sponsors BT Global Services, C.H. Robinson, WNS, Al-Futtaim Logistics, Kewill, Stifel, Airclic, Ewals Cargo Care, Inspired Search and Hyland Software.  AFMS, eyefreight, Flanders Investment &Trade, Geodis, the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency, Ingram Micro Logistics, MacAndrews, NNR Global Logistics, Raben and Total Logistics will also be exhibiting at the event.


Prologis representatives Henk Folmer, SVP Global Customer Solutions and Ali Nassiri, VP Head of Research & Strategy Europe will be contributing to two of the hard-hitting and carefully researched sessions that will be featuring at the event.  With omnichannel retail set to become one of the biggest game-changes of 2014 , Henk Folmer will be joining a panel to discuss how retailers and manufacturers can prepare their business for this retail revolution and how 3PLs can provide their customers with the  strategies and technologies to fulfil this huge opportunity.


Ali Nassiri will be joining the session looking at network optimization and will be commenting on Prologis’ latest research with eyefortransport, which investigates the most desirable logistics locations in Europe.  Venlo, a logistics market in the south-eastern Netherlands, near the German border, emerges as the clear winner in a survey among distribution centre users. Philip Dunne, President of Prologis Europe, said: “The research is of vital importance as it helps our understanding of customers’ current and future distribution requirements”.


The co-located event will feature top level speakers from some of the leading logistics companies in Europe and their customers.  The CEOs, and MDs from DHL Freight, CEVA, Damco, Raben, Menlo Worldwide, Bolloré Africa Logistics will join key supply chain executives from retailers and manufacturers such as Lego, Starbucks, Metro Cash & Carry and HP to discuss the biggest challenges and opportunities facing their industries.


Limited sponsorship and exhibition opportunities for the summit remain and are available to companies offering an industry-leading supply chain service or solution to the logistics and supply chain industry. Details on these opportunities can be found on the website or by contacting the event director Sophie Farrow on 

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