The 5th Smart Transport, Logistics, infrastructure &
TransMEA 2023 : 5-8 November
The Ultimate Smart Transport, Logistics, infrastructure & Traffic Fair
Four rounds of TransMEA, organized jointly with Egypt’s Ministry of Transport, have proven it to be the region’s most successful fair and forum for a fast-growing region. The 5th round will take place on November 5-8, 2023, bringing together international and regional players to showcase state-of-the art solutions, advanced trends, innovative products, and new technologies for more efficient and even faster Transport and logistics services.
The Presence of H.E. Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi in every single round of TransMEA since its inception in 2018, accompanied by the Prime Minister, Ministers, dignitaries from international organizations, foremost the United Nations, is a true manifestation of the kind of support the event receives. International CEOs and Presidents of the top 25 companies in the world for more than one hour with the President and industry leaders from the region, was one of the main highlights of the last event.
TransMEA in Numbers
Almost 350 exhibitors from 20 countries from the railway, metro, monorail, electric transport, roads and bridges, ITS, road safety and traffic, maritime transport, shipping, seaports and logistics as well as information and communication technology displayed their state-of-the art innovations, technologies, solutions and products on an area of 35,000 square meters and under one roof
Trade Fair Categories
TransMEA encompasses an extensive array of categories, offering a dynamic platform for exhibitors to display their innovative products and services to a diverse and engaged audience. The featured categories include:
Why Egypt: A Glimpse at the Transport Sector's Remarkable Success
Egypt’s transport sector has experienced significant growth and success in recent years, with numerous infrastructure projects contributing to the country’s development and the improvement of its global competitiveness. Here is a snapshot of Egypt’s achievements in numbers, highlighting the remarkable progress within the transport sector:
Infrastructure Index Ranking: Egypt’s ranking in the Infrastructure Index of the Global Competitiveness Report has soared from 91st to 28th place within just three years, primarily due to the implementation of numerous infrastructure projects, particularly in transportation and roads.
Longest Road in Africa: Egypt is constructing the longest road in Africa, which will stretch across nine countries, promoting regional integration and connectivity.
13 Dry Ports and Logistics Centers: As part of Egypt’s comprehensive plan for developing land and dry ports, the country is working on building 13 state-of-the-art dry ports and logistics centers to facilitate internal and external trade and prevent congestion in seaports.
Multimodal Transport Models: Egypt’s investment in developing ports and logistics centers aims to achieve multimodal transport models, integrating various modes of transportation for seamless connectivity.
Sustainable Development Vision: Egypt’s integrated strategy for the development of transport policies aligns with the country’s sustainable development vision until 2030, ensuring a greener and more efficient transportation sector.
TransMEA 2023 TOPICS OF DISCUSSION INCLUDE:
Our wide-ranging topics have been meticulously selected to address current challenges, emerging trends, and revolutionary developments that are shaping the future of transportation. TransMEA provides an exceptional platform for participants to engage in stimulating discussions, broaden their understanding, and play a role in the advancement of the global transportation ecosystem. By exploring subjects such as sustainable transport solutions, cutting-edge technologies, next-generation infrastructure, and innovative policy frameworks, attendees will gain valuable insights into the rapidly evolving world of transportation.