Agenda

The B2B forum consists of a plenary session, two parallel sessions, a B2B matchmaking and a live demo.
It is organized in cooperation with the DTP Project ENERGY BARGE (co-funded by ERDF funds) and supported by: Port of Rotterdam, Sennebogen Maschinenfabrik GmbH and IHK Niederbayern (Chamber of Commerce Lower Bavaria).

Wednesday
20 Mar 2019
08:30 – 09:00
Foyer
Registration & business breakfast
09:00 – 10:00
Conference room 1
Plenary session

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9:00 Plenary kick-off and opening
Andreas Löffert, CEO Hafen Straubing-Sand


9:05 Welcome note
Markus Pannermayr, Mayor City of Straubing


9:15 Key Notes

Importance of the logistics-axis Danube for the Bavarian economy and the Danube region
Peter Sonnleitner, Head international affairs, Chamber of Commerce Lower Bavaria

Port of Straubing - targeting growing markets: Biobased and high & heavy cargo
Andreas Löffert, CEO Hafen Straubing-Sand


Brief intro to parallel sessions
Ann-Kathrin Kaufmann, project manager ENERGY BARGE

    10:00 – 12:15
    Conference room 2
    Thematic session "Biobased cargo on the Danube: Chances & Challenges"

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    Session moderated by Ann-Kathrin Kaufmann

    10:00 Using the Danube for oil mill logistics: a user perspective
    Rene van der Poel, Head of ADM Spyck GmbH Straubing


    10:20 : Innovative biobased energy concepts: role of port locations and inland waterway feedstock supply
    Herbert Kowa, INACO SERVICES GmbH


    10:40 Coffee Break


    11:00 Connecting biobased logistics hubs: A vision for Europe
    Nicole van Klaveren, Business Manager Dry Bulk & Energy Port of Rotterdam Authority 


    11:30 Tailored solutions for bulk cargo like biomass
    Oliver Roth, Director freighting and disposition, Eurobevrachting Germany AG


    11:50 Discussion & comments from the audience

    10:00 – 12:15
    Conference room 1
    Thematic session "High & heavy cargo on the Danube: Chances & challenges"

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    Session moderated by Andreas Löffert


    10:00 Potentials for establishing H&H liners: Market study results
    Wulfram Overmann, Senior Consultant, WAGENER & HERBST Management Consultants GmbH


    10:20 H&H cargo: Connecting sea ports and hinterland areas
    Robert Jan Timmers, Port Authority Rotterdam, Ingrid Rossmeier, Rotterdam Representative Southern Germany, Port of Rotterdam Authority
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    Andreas Plank, Asisstant to the General Management, Bayernhafen GmbH & Co. KG


    10:40 Coffee Break



    11:00 H&H: Chances and challenges for shipping companies
    Martin Staats, CEO MSG eG

    11:20 Best practice: Shifting project cargo to water and rail
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    homas Hoffmann, Business Development & Projects, Spedition Kübler GmbH


    11:40 H&H on the water: A cargo owner's and equipment provider's perspective
    Roland Herrmann, Head of Materials Management, Foreign Trade & Customs & Michael Ibarth, Director Marketing and Communications, Sennebogen Maschinenfabrik GmbH


    12:00 Discussion & comments from the audience



    12:15 – 12:30
    Conference room 1
    Joint wrap-up and intro to B2B matchmaking
    12:30 – 13:15
    Foyer
    Business lunch
    13:15 – 15:15
    Conference room 1
    B2B matchmaking


    Get in touch with new business partners

    While you are waiting for your next meeting, join us for "Bavarian Beer & Bretzels" in the foyer

    Matchmaking
    15:00 – 16:00
    Sennebogen Outdoor area & port
    Optional: outdoor demo


    For those interested, a live demo of a Sennebogen heavy duty mobile crane at the Sennebogen premises and a moderated shuttle ride through the port area incl. biomass transhipment will be organized.

    The demo starts at 15.00 o'clock.

    The shuttle starts at 15.30 o'clock.

    Please note: the outdoor demo is subject to suitable weather&context conditions; possibility of cancellation.

    Outdoor demo
    The event agenda's time zone is CEST.