Multimodal, the premier event in the supply chain industry, is set to return even bigger and better in June 2024, at Birmingham’s NEC, with a surge in visitor registrations, industry-leading exhibitors and an increased focus on sustainability.

Filling Hall 4 to bursting at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, Multimodal 2024, taking place from the 11th-13th June, will be the largest exhibition in its 17-year history.

Multimodal will once again provide an unparalleled meeting place where shippers and cargo owners can come to discover resources to improve their businesses by identifying new ways of moving their products more efficiently, more sustainably, and more cost effectively. Hosting every logistics sector, Multimodal offers a one-stop shop to make valuable face-to-face contact with hundreds of new prospects and to network with existing suppliers.

The 2023 show saw over 12,000 visitors, and this year registrations are tracking some 30% up which promises a fruitful three days for all attendees.

Key vertical sectors attending include manufacturing, retail, agribusiness, chemical, automotive, electronics, FMCG, food & drink, fashion, pharmaceuticals, construction, aerospace, energy, real estate, recycling, paper/print, and perishables. Companies represented in these sectors who have registered so far include Decathlon | Tesco | Amazon | L’Oreal | Accolade Wines | Homebase | The Co-operative Food | Next Plc | Sainsbury’s | Travis Perkins | Unilever | Aldi Stores | Pilkington UK | The Range | Vitaflo | IDEXX Laboratories | Stannah Stairlifts | National Grid | Jaguar LandRover | Anglo American Mining | Costa Coffee | Nestle | Manchester United Football Club | Sky Kennels | Butternut Box | Ideal Foods | Halfords | Idex Corp | Komatsu | Heathrow Airport | Liberty Wines | Primark | Hardscape | BAE Systems | Papier | ABP Food Group | Zeiss Vision | Lush | JCB | Thames Water | Dunelm | Whitworths Ltd | Online Home Retail | Coca Cola | John Lewis | Tata Steel | Weetabix | SharkNinja | Howden Joinery | Willows Ingredients | Arla Foods | Mars | Husqvarna | Siemens | Asda Stores | County Milk Products | Reckitt | Crops Goods | Cummins | Dyson | Ooni | Global Grains and Ingredients | Lathams | Ryman | SIG plc | IKEA | Ideal Boilers | British Steel | Morrisons | John West | Bentley Motors | Fyffes | Diageo | Polynt Composites | Bunzl Catering | Sky | Superdry | Baxter Healthcare | Kettler GB | Cemex | Joseph Joseph | Dole UK | Del Monte | International Plywood | Tarmac | Character World | Royal Mail Group | Shell UK | Triumph Motorcycles | Hertz | Crops UK | And So To Bed | Poundland | British America Tobacco | Unisnacks | DS Smith Plc | Leica Biosystems | Metsa Tissue | The Silver Spoon Company | Waitrose | Wickes | Kingsland Drinks | Quiz Clothing | Samsung… and the list goes on!

Multimodal has the support of the industry’s leading trade associations who also lend their expertise to compile the packed conference programme ensuring the topics covered are imperative industry issues. Leading trade associations include Logistics UK, the Institute of Export & International Trade, the UK Warehousing Association, the Rail Freight Group, the British International Freight Association, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, the Road Haulage Association, and the Cold Chain Federation.

All participants can attend the 70+ sessions featuring 100+ industry experts across the four-track free conference sessions to ensure they are up to speed on the vital issues affecting the industries, with everything from Peak Season Preview 2024; Net zero: Will we decarbonise the road freight sector in time? The transition to emission free refrigeration on road vehicles; The Generation Logistics; Artificial Intelligence Revolutionising Multimodal Logistics; Customs compliance; Mission Possible – Net Zero Shipping & Logistics; Why Does the UK lead the world in eCommerce; Revolutionising Transport Logistics: Exploring Alternative Fuel Paths; Incentives for Modal Shift – How can we get more goods on rail? How to lead from the front on customs compliance amid changing UK-EU regulations; Warehouses of the Future; Leading from the front on customs compliance amid changing UK-EU regulations; Exploring alternative fuel paths; Intelligent and sustainable warehousing; Taking a lead on sustainability and staying on top of new CBAM and ESG requirements; Freeports; Why expertise and clear communication matters in supply chains, and much more

Delivered by the industry’s chiefs including Amy McNamara, Head of Operations at Boohoo; Colin Synott, Logistics Director at Kingfisher PLC; Dionne Redpath, Group Chief Operating Officer at Europa Worldwide Group; Jamie Hartles, CEO at Howard Tenens; Adam Simmons, Director of Strategic Planning and Analysis, National Highways; Stuart Innes, Airfreight Director at Kuehne+Nagel Ltd; Mark Grimshaw-Smith, Head of Rail and Sea at CEMEX UK; Zoe McLernon, Policy and Advocacy Lead Freight, Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT); Tim Shoveller, CEO at Freightliner; Adam Jones, Sales & Marketing Director at Unipart.

Once again, Multimodal has partnered with Google Digital Garage to offer free vital skills training and mentoring to visitors to the show through both group sessions and individual advice. Sessions include Leadership for the Digital Age; Decision-making with Data; AI & Digital Marketing Strategy; and Boost your Productivity with AI.

Multimodal hosts two exceptional networking events: the Multimodal Awards on the evening of 11th June, established as the independent endorsement of excellence for supply chain businesses and individuals; and the Multimodal Mixer sponsored by DP World on the 12th of June in the Hall, which gives all attendees a chance to mingle in a relaxed sociable atmosphere.

Find out more about visiting, exhibiting, the Awards and to register at, or contact Robert Jervis on +44 (0)20 7384 7760 or


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