Warnemünde, June 1, 2017 -The Ministry of Energy, Infrastructure and Digitization of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and the association Logistics Initiative Mecklenburg Vorpommern organized the ninth Baltic Logistics Conference with a focus on "Logistics in times of digitization, customer expectations and profitability" on 01.06.17 in Warnemünde (Rostock). In addition to Minister Christian Pegel, the participants included high-ranking representatives from the transport policy, shipping companies, ports as well as transport and logistics companies. The Commercial Director of Mukran Port reported on the new business model at the site Mukran, which has been placed on the market for about a year and secures the future as well as the growth of the Germany’s northeastern deep water port.
At the same time, Mukran Port is represented in Hamburg at the third International Multimodal Conference, which brings together key representatives from the field of logistics and multimodality from Europe and Asia. The focus of this forum is on the further development of the new Silk Road, whereby good logistics in the Baltic Sea Region can make a decisive contribution to this.