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  • 31/05/2022
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • ASCAME, Barcelona Chamber of Commerce, Consorci de la Zona Franca de Barcelona
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The MedaLogistics Week is held in the framework of SIL Barcelona, the Leading
Exhibition for Logistics, Transport, Intralogistics and Supply Chain in Southern
Europe. MedaLogisctics has now become the most established conference of its
sort held in the Mediterranean region.

Every year, MedaLogistics convenes international experts from the industry’s
leading sectors, including logistics, maritime, transport and infrastructure.

Together, they exchange views on how to enhance the Mediterranean as a
heavyweight hub for trade and logistics on a global scale. As an added value for
participants, the event also offers special activities, such as sessions focused on
Africa or specific workshops on logistics and ports.

For its 18th edition, MedaLogistics will get together logistics, maritime, transport and
infrastructure experts to look at how the Mediterranean can bring to the top its
position as a heavyweight hub for trade growth and logistics competitiveness in the

The event will bring many trending topics to the table and serve as the flagship
Mediterranean entrepreneurial-economic platform for the entire world.
This year´s edition aims to cover three main objectives as a central axis of Transport, logistic, CZF, shipping and port:

  • Highlight the importance of looking towards Logistic and port development and investment possibilities in Africa.
  • Make the Mediterranean become again a central space and the great logistics platform
  • Align the sustainable development needs of the Mediterranean area with the United Nation´s SDGs.

The 18th edition will focus on repositioning the Mediterranean as a global logistics platform. It will host the 18th Mediterranean Logistics and Transport Forum, the 14th Ports and Maritime Transport Summit, the 1st African Logistics Meeting and the 1st Summit of Special Economic Zones of the Mediterranean and Africa.




Co-funded by the European Union, under the EBSOMED project.