Logistics Business Days in Port Koper / Luka Koper
24 – 25 April 2024

Grand Hotel Bernardin ***** / Portorož, Slovenia

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The modernisation of the railway infrastructure along the North-South transport corridor meant that the Port of Koper also began to handle the cargo flows shipped to and from Poland. In recent years, an intermodal link has been launched between the Slovenian port and transhipment terminals in southern Poland, enabling connection with the ports of Gdynia and Gdańsk. In this way, the Baltic-Adriatic railway corridor was created, while Koper and Polish ports became a part of the logistic chains linking Northern Europe with Southern Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The development of the corridor and cooperation within the Three Seas Initiative is a great opportunity for the success of the Port of Koper and the Polish logistics industry.

The Port of Koper has recorded a significant increase in transhipment in recent years, and due to the modernisation and expansion of infrastructure on the Baltic-Adriatic Corridor, it has become an attractive gateway to the world for Polish entrepreneurs too. What business prospects are opening up for the Polish logistics industry owing to the possibility of cooperation with the Adriatic port? We will want to answer this question during the international conference on 24-25 April 2024 in the Slovenian city of Portorož.



Unique location

Portorož is the largest Slovenian resort. Besides Koper, Piran and Izola, it is one of the four largest towns on the Slovenian coast. Slovenians themselves jokingly call it the Slovenian "Las Vegas". The conference will take place at the Grand Hotel Bernardin ***** located on the seafront.

Study visit

The study visit will be held on the second day of the conference. Within it, we will have an opportunity to visit selected terminals operating in the Port of Koper and become familiar with their peculiarities and capabilities.

Perfect bunch of participants

The event is dedicated to representatives of companies interested in the opportunities that the Baltic-Adriatic corridor opens for the Polish TFL sector and cargo shippers. The conference will be attended by participants from companies that already actively cooperate with the Port of Koper and companies that are just assessing the prospects for such cooperation.


Networking is establishing business relationships for the purpose of cooperation and exchange of knowledge and skills. It is an indispensable element of every industry event we organise. When leaving the Conference, you will be enriched with new knowledge and new connections in the intermodal transport industry, useful in developing your business.

Interesting debates

The creation of the intermodal North-South corridor is changing the geography of supply chains in the Central European region. What are the effects of these changes? What new opportunities are opening up for the Polish TFL sector and cargo shippers? What will be the future of the Baltic-Adriatic corridor? These are some of the questions that will be answered by the guests of the Polish-Slovenian conference, to which we invite you today.