22 to 24 October 2024 FUEL & GAS LOGISTICS




Exhibitor registrations: Promising interim results at the end of the early bird period

Fuel & Gas Logistics will present the latest trends and developments in the transport, storage, handling and trading of energy sources, lubricants and industrial gases for the first time in Leipzig from 22 to 24 October.

Six months before the start of the trade fair, a large number of well-known exhibitors have already confirmed their presence in Leipzig for the product areas of road transport, transport containers and mobile tank systems as well as refuelling technology and accessories. These include Fahrzeugbau Heinz Böse, Elaflex Hiby, Dr.-Ing. U. Esterer, Alfons Haar Maschinenbau, Heitling Fahrzeugbau, JOST-Werke, Lindner & Fischer Fahrzeugbau, Nursan Trailer, OKT Trailer, Sahin Tanker, Schrader T+A Fahreugbau, Stokota and Kurt Willig. There will also be suppliers of software solutions for the logistics industry as well as products relating to safety, occupational health and environmental protection. Almost 50 per cent of the exhibitors already registered are from abroad, underlining the international importance of the trade fair.

The combination of Fuel & Gas Logistics with the GGS - Trade Fair Dangerous Goods // Hazardous Substances, which takes place at the same time, results in numerous added values and synergies for exhibitors and visitors, since every transport and logistics process for energy sources, lubricants and industrial gases also involves the transport of dangerous goods or the handling of hazardous substances.

Fuel & Gas Logistics is a further development of the expo PetroTrans, which was successfully held in Kassel until 2018. It is Europe's only trade fair for the transport, storage, handling and trading of energy sources, lubricants and industrial gases by

road, rail and water. As a result, Fuel & Gas Logistics offers an expanded product profile and additional visitor target groups.

With the presentation of the entire logistics chain, the inclusion of all modes of transport and the open-material theme of fossil, synthetic and renewable energy sources, the international trade fair has numerous unique selling points and offers space for innovative developments in the course of the energy transition.

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