The Only Middle East Event Dedicated to the Project Cargo and Breakbulk Industry

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A Unique Event for Unique Transport & Logistics

Breakbulk Middle East offers programming that brings the experts to you with forward-thinking analysis, case studies straight from the field, practical skill-building sessions, and a multitude of networking opportunities to expand your business in this region.


With the push to diversify its oil-centric economy, the GCC represents a promising market for those involved in project development. Project owners around the globe are pursuing new efficiencies – on time and on budget has never been more important. Finding reliable partners is key to success. Start the search at Breakbulk Middle East where a full range of vendors, both regional and international, are gathered and ready to talk business.

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Free Delegate Pass

A free pass offers entrance to the exhibition hall and access to the on-the-floor conference sessions.


Keynote: Envisioning the GCC
Richard Thompson, Editorial Director, MEED

Handling Projects in Post-Conflict Regions
Project Kentz Engineers/SNC-Lavalin Group • Agility MEA • Constellis (Olive Group)

The Evolving Industrial Project Supply Chain
McDermott Middle East, Inc. • BBC Chartering  • F.H. Bertling Logistics GmbH • Panalpina • ABB

Managing Remote Project Teams

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Lunch with the Region's Leading Cargo Owners

VIP SHIPPERS CLUB  LUNCHEONS offer exclusive networking opportunities in addition to entrance to the exhibition and conference. You choose the cargo owner you’d like to sit with. This special seating is reserved on a first come, first served basis, so buy your pass now.

Save $50 on single-day luncheon and $100 on the two-day package. 

Join the Breakbulk VIP Shipper Club and become a VIP Shipper Luncheon host. All hosts receive a free ticket to the luncheons. Apply now >>

Questions? Contact Valerie Cox, VIP SHIPPER CLUB Ambassador at or give her a call at +971 56 733 1048.

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