This year we have introduced two new vehicles to our fleet.
How can you judge whether your attendance at an exhibition or conference has been a success or not? If you leave this assessment to gut feeling (and plenty of people do) you could be wasting a lot of time and money. It’s all about setting objectives.
Attending an event can cost anything from a few hundred pounds to six figure sums and it’s rarely a decision to take lightly. Some event organisers will try to rush you into booking exhibition space in a panic and provide the minimum of information. But the best will always be happy to answer your questions.
So here are are some of the questions you should ask organisers before committing your hard earned cash.
You have booked your space at the event and now need to think about everything else. Here is a handy list of 11 things that are easy to forget, but need to be arranged for Global Event Logistics. Continue reading
Here are 12 things you need to know when arranging your shipment to an event.
Have you heard about the new regulation for Shipping Documents going into America?
ALL Shipping Documents are required to have the following statement on them:
“Name Shipper/Agent” has reviewed all available documentation and has determined that none of the cargo being offered in this consignment or consolidation has originated in, transferred from, or transited through any point in Somalia, Syria, Yemen, or Egypt.”
E-World in Essen starts on Monday and the Bill Bowden Event Logistics team have just arrived onsite to start the build up of the show.
We have designed, shipped and built stands for three major companies within the energy world at E-World this year. The stands are so big we have sent a 40ft trailer and a long wheel based van.