ASCAME, through its General Secretariat, meets with some of its members to analyze their needs, challenges and opportunities

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The ASCAME’s General Secretariat has had the pleasure to meet with some of its members in Barcelona with the aim of discussing different matters concerning their main needs, new ways of cooperation and opportunities, next events and activities, upcoming calls for European projects, and the execution of ASCAME’s Strategic Plan for 2018-2022.

Several members of our Association, such as the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of SfaxChamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of the Fes Meknes RegionCroatian Chamber of Economy - Rijeka County ChamberAlexandria Chamber of CommerceChamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Beirut & Mount LebanonPiraeus Chamber of Commerce and IndustryFederation of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Lebanon and the Spanish-Algerian Circle of Trade (CCIAE) were able to participate in bilateral meetings with the General Secretariat.

As we currently live in a rapidly changing environment, where new technologies and uncertainty are the defining features, this sort of meetings are now more necessaries than ever in order to establish how ASCAME can help its members to solve their most urgent matters and main demands, analyze the feasible strategic points and synergies, determine new ways of cooperation, make a clear forecast of new projects, events and activities, confront the new future challenges and transform them in opportunities, or materialize the best possible implementation of ASCAME ‘s Strategic Plan 2018-2022.

An in-depth analysis on the reality that each of the different members of ASCAME face in their respective countries has been carried out in the various meetings. As a result, interesting conclusions have been drawn from the meetings that will undoubtedly help to clarify where the Mediterranean should go in order to continue on the path of growth, development and competitiveness.

These meetings have taken place within the framework of the MedaLogistics Summit, organized in Barcelona on the 26th and 27th of June 2019, as part of the Leading Exhibition for Logistics, Transport, Intralogistics and Supply Chain in Southern Europe (SIL Barcelona),

The MedaLogistics Summit has become a reference event in the Mediterranean logistics and transport sector. This year’s meeting has focused on analyzing the situation of the Mediterranean logistics and transport’s system during the first conference day, while the second session has covered the Mediterranean ports and the region’s ability to promote economic development.  The 2019 edition has offered a varied program with current topics, such as the progressive incorporation of women into qualified positions, the need to have a trained workforce to cover the demand for professional profiles, and the commitment to sustainability and efficiency in transport.

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