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Antwerp XL
Antwerp, Belgium - April 21-23, 2020
Exhibition / trade show

At Antwerp XL we believe that an event focused on the niche sector of breakbulk should be just that: niche and focused. Hosted at the heart of the European breakbulk market, Antwerp XL provides a platform for the breakbulk industry that delivers valuable connections and unforgettable experiences for visitors and exhibitors alike. Following an incredible first edition, Antwerp XL returns in 2020 to bring the breakbulk community together again to showcase innovative technology, overcome industry challenges, and connect.

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Date(s):
April 21-23, 2020

Venue:
Antwerp Expo

Contact for booking / more info:
Contact AntwerpXL



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