A new opportunity to discover the world of sustainable mobility for goods and people is to happen next year with two big exhibitions rolling into one at Fiera Milano, Italy next year.
Next Mobility Exhibition (NME), the event dedicated to means, solutions, policies and technologies for a sustainable mobility system, and Transpotec Logitec, Italy’s leading event for road transport and logistics, will be held simultaneously in May next year. NME will be held from 8 to 10 May 2024, while Transpotec Logitec will last until the 11 May. The two events will maintain their own identity and design, while offering to the operators the opportunity of interesting points of contact.
Organised in partnership with AGENS (Italian Confederal Agency for Transport and Services), ANAV (Italian Association of Road Transport for Travelers) and ASSTRA (Italian Transport Association), NME, after the success of the first edition, is back, repositioning itself in the international trade fair calendar in a period that is more in line with the market demands and with an even more ambitious objective: offering a broad vision of integrated mobility for people, with solutions focused on the development and implementation of the necessary modal shift between collective mobility and motorized private mobility and the opportunity to discover the sector also thanks to a rich programme of conferences and workshops.
“The two events will be spread over a total of 6 halls. First and foremost, the energy transition and new prospects for infrastructure renewal, key issues for the sustainable development of transport and logistics for goods and people, especially considering the deadlines set at the European level. Another cross-theme will be urban mobility: as the world of goods transport is evolving towards an increasingly green last mile, thanks to electric vans and innovative micro-mobility solutions, the passenger transport sector is working to offer more and more integrated solutions that can constitute valid alternatives to the use of a private car. These solutions range from buses to trains, scooters, bike sharing, self-driving shuttles and even the futuristic prospects of air mobility,” explained Mariagrazia Scoppio from the Ufficio Stampa Manifestazioni / Exhibitions Press Office.
“The point of contact between the two markets is the new increasingly sustainable engines, the common need for recharging infrastructures, and the commitment to R&D for the development of innovative and increasingly popular technologies to reduce or eliminate emissions and improve travel times. There are many common themes that will find representation thanks to the simultaneous events that will also allow boosting the services dedicated to the two events and a better operator enjoyment for both events,” she concluded.