INTERMODAL IN POLAND 2022

09/27/2022 11:00 am
Janów Podlaski

Hotel Zamek Janów Podlaski **** September 27-29, 2022r

Intermodal in Poland 2022

Meeting at the most important logistics centre of the region

The „Intermodal in Poland 2022” conference will take place in Janów Podlaski near Małaszewicze and Terespol. It is a continuation of the Railway Border Crossing conference, which was the largest event for the intermodal industry in Poland in 2021. The great interest in that event, fascinating debates and the involvement of participants made us decide to continue the organisation of the conference in Janów Podlaski. During the event, there will be discussions by representatives of the industry and authorities as well as presentations by experts. We have also planned accompanying activities that will be an opportunity for networking and having a good time.

The Małaszewicze Reloading Region is an important place on the map of global logistics chains and one of the best-known Polish towns among employees of the freight transport industry in Eurasia. The uniqueness of Małaszewicze is determined not only by its role as a logistics hub at the junction of various railway systems on the New Silk Road connecting China with Europe but also by a long and interesting history that influenced the shaping of this transhipment area. The logistic gateway of Europe is the perfect place for meeting of the intermodal industry.

The conference will be simultaneously translated into English

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Speakers

Mirosław Antonowicz
Chairmn of the Council
OSŻD

Anna Sakowicz
Deputy Director
Chamber of Fiscal Administration in Lublin

Paweł Moskała
CEO
Real Logistics

Tomasz Mioduszewski
Managing Director
METRANS (Polonia)

Bartosz Miszkiewicz
CEO
SYMLOG

Zbigniew Tracichleb
CEO
PKP Linia Hutnicza Szerokotorowa

Krzysztof Golubiewski
PKP S.A. Board Member.

Paweł Pucek
DB Cargo Polska Board Member

Marta Waldman
Senior logistics development specialist
Lukasiewicz Research Network – Poznan Institute of Technology

Marek Tarczyński
Chairman of the Council
Polish Chamber of Forwarding and Logistics

Jacek Rutkowski
Board Member for Commercial Affairs
PKP CARGO S.A.

Tomasz Langowski
Vice President
LANGOWSKI LOGISTICS

Bohdan Kozaczuk
Deputy Managing Director
COSCO SHIPPING Lines (Poland)

Miłosz Witkowski
Railfreight Director
Polish Forwarding Company

Tomasz Tesche
Member of the Board and Managing Director
SILVA LS

Dominik Landa
ETA.fm co-founder and co-host
HHLA INTERNATIONAL GmbH Director Strategic Business Development and Intermodal

Krzysztof Andrzejuk
Commercial Manager
CL EUROPORT / METRANS

Jakub Wojciechowski
Senior Head of Sales and Service Kalmar Poland
Member of the Board
Cargotec Poland sp. z o.o.

Ramūnas Dokšas
Director of Management and Development of Transshipment Terminals
LTG Infra

Joanna Lech
Director of the Centre for European Union Transport Projects

Sylwia Cieślak – Wilk
Deputy Director of the Centre for European Union Transport Projectsh

Dariusz Kuta
Commercial director
MMR Group Polska

Krzysztof Izdebski
CEO
CMC Logistics Poland

Przemysław Galar
CEO
NECTO

Mariusz Zaremba
Deputy commercial director
MMR Group Polska

Marcin Kamola
Commercial Manager
DCT Gdańsk

Adam Mianowski
Product Manager
MMR Group Polska

Mateusz Izydorek vel Zydorek
Deputy Director of the Commercial Office
PKP CARGO CONNECT

Paweł Skoczowski
CEO
PKP CARGO CONNECT

Józef Kowalczyk
President of the Association of Rail Transportation Experts and Managers

Lukas Polaczek
Intermodal Director
DB Cargo Polska

Michał Kotowicz
Director of Sales, Intermodal Market
CTL Logistics

Katarzyna Szczycińska
Client Manager
Port of Gdansk Authority

Jakub Jakóbowski
Coordinator of the project „Economic Ties in Eurasia”
Center for Eastern Studies

Joanna Kabza
Director of development of siding services
CTL Północ

Krystyna Śliwka
Marketing manager
OLTIS Polska

Peter Plewa
Owner and Member of the Board
duisport agency Polska

Vladimir Demenko
CEO
(Levada Cargo LLC)

Mateusz Frankiewicz
Project Manager
Port of Gdynia Authority

Bernard Hoffman
Segment Manager Multimodal
ERMEWA SA

Andrzej Chudzikiewicz
Professor
Faculty of Transport, Warsaw University of Technology
Department of Construction and Operation of Transport Equipment

Barbara Wójcik
Deputy Director of Cargo
ADAMPOL

Marcin Sidorowicz
Director of the Intermodal Division
SPEDCONT

Michał Jaworski
Head of the Market Analysis and Monitoring Department
Office of Rail Transport

Łukasz Konończuk
Member of the Board
ANDREX LOGISTICS

Marcin Ryndziewicz
Chief Specialist and Coordinator of the Division of Market Regulation and Development
Office of Rail Transport

Stanisław Nader
University Lecturer / Head of the Department of Technical Sciences.
Higher School of Management

Radosław Pyffel
President of the Blue Dragon consulting company,
Sobieski Institute expert on international politics and Asia.

Kacper Wieczorek
Director
ETC Terminal Chełm

Marcel Stein
CEO
Bahnoperator Group

Karol Burzawa
OLTIS Polska

Sebastian Wróbel
ETA. FM

About the conference

An Experience You Will Never Forget

The event will be a meeting of representatives of the railway industry, logistics operators, intermodal terminal managing companies, representatives of the authorities and experts in freight transport. The aim of the presentations and panel debates will be to discuss the situation and investment needs of intermodal transport as well as the challenges for the Polish and world industry brought by the war in Ukraine, economic recovery after the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and a long-term policy of decarbonisation and modal change in freight transport.

Unique Location

The conference will take place at the Bishop’s Castle in Janów Podlaski, which, apart from its historical and architectural values, offers excellent facilities for business events. As organisers, we would like the conference to be not only an opportunity for discussion and networking of industry representatives but also an opportunity to see what one of the most important railway border crossings in Europe looks like in practice. The Małaszewicze Reloading Region is an important place on the map of global logistics chains.

Selected group of participants

Last year’s intermodal conference in Janów Podlaski was attended by over 200 participants, representing transport companies, rail infrastructure and seaport managers, logistic terminal operators, freight forwarders, IT tools and technology providers for the logistics industry, tax and local government authorities. We are convinced that we will meet in an at least equally interesting group in September at the Intermodal in Poland conference.

Study visits

A unique opportunity offered by the Intermodal in Poland conference will be visits to terminals in the Małaszewicze Reloading Region and talks with the managing companies of these facilities. It is an opportunity to look at the specifics of the functioning of this most important dry port on the New Silk Road. The gained experience will certainly bear fruit in business practice.

Fascinating debates and presentations

During the Intermodal in Poland conference, there will be discussed all the current challenges and problems faced by the logistics industry, investment plans in the public and private sectors as well as the prospects for the development of intermodal transport in the coming years. A selected group of conference participants will ensure the highest substantive level of debates and presentation sessions.

Agenda

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The conference will be simultaneously translated into English

09:00 – 11:00Registration
11:00 – 11:30Opening and welcoming guests
11:30 – 12:15Introductory statements
Jakub Jakóbowski (Center for Eastern Studies)
Michał Jaworski (Office of Rail Transport)
Joanna Lech (Centre for European Union Transport Project)
12:15 – 13:30Lunch
13:30 – 15:00DEBATE: „The war in Ukraine as a challenge for the logistics industry”
– Shaping new transport routes
– Changes on the New Silk Road
– Consequences for the supply chain
– Impact on safety in transport
– The economic effect of sanctions

Moderator: Radosław Pyffel

Participants:
Paweł Pucek (DB Cargo Polska)
Tomasz Langowski (Langowski Logistics)
Anna Sakowicz (Izba Administracji Skarbowej w Lublinie)
Kacper Wieczorek (ETC Terminal Chełm)
Marcin Sidorowicz (SPEDCONT)
Ramūnas Dokšas (LTG Infra)
Maciej Cetnarowski (LTG Cargo Polska)
Krzysztof Izdebski (CMC Logistics Poland)
Vladimir Demenko, (Levada Cargo LLC)
15:00 – 15:20Coffee break
15:20 – 16:40Series of presentations „Modern logistics”
Adam Mianowski (MMR Group) „Application of the SMCV vertical loads measurement system on the railroad network”
Przemysław Galar (
NECTO) „Agile in transportation”
Katarzyna de Paula Souza (
Zarząd Morskiego Portu Gdańsk)
Aleksandra Kornobis (METRANS (Polonia))
dr inż. Stanisław Nader „Innovative intermodal wagon”
16:40 – 17:00Coffee break
17:00 – 18:00DEBATE: „The role of Poland on the logistic map of Europe in new geopolitical conditions”
– Can Poland be a logistics hub for Europe?
– Role of Poland in the north-south and east-west corridors in the context of new threats
– Potential of the Polish logistics industry, labour market, infrastructure
– Planning and financing investments in terminals, rolling stock and infrastructure

Moderator: Piotr Stefaniak, Intermodalnews.pl

Participants:
Krzysztof Andrzejuk (CL EUROPORT / METRANS)
Tomasz Tesche (SILVA LS)
Michał Kotowicz (CTL Logistics)
Sylwia Cieślak – Wilk (Centre for European Union Transport Project)
Paweł Skoczowski (PKP Cargo Connect)
18:00 – 19:00DEBATE: Modal shift in freight transport – administrative and economic conditions”
– Costs in transport
– Intersectoral competitiveness of railways and intermodal transport
– Administrative and legal background, is the rail overregulated?
– Vertical consolidation of the logistics industry – are we at risk of oligopoly in land logistics?


Moderator: Mateusz Izydorek vel Zydorek

Participants:
Marcin Ryndziewicz (Office of Rail Transport)
Lukas Polaczek (DB Cargo Polska)
Józef Marek Kowalczyk (Association of Rail Transportation Experts and Managers)
Barbara Wójcik (ADAMPOL)
Dariusz Kuta (MMR Group)
20:30Gala dinner
08:00 – 12:00Study visit (Container terminals: CL EUROPORT [METRANS], PKP CARGO)
12:00 – 13:30Lunch
13:30 – 15:00DEBATE: „Changes on the New Silk Road”
The effects of geopolitics and economic sanctions on the functioning of the NSR
Chinese policy toward COVID and supply chain fluidity
The future of the Małaszewicze Reloading Region
New corridors for the NSR, are they a challenge for Poland?

Moderator: Bartosz Miszkiewicz SYMLOG
 
Participants:
Mirosław Antonowicz (OSŻD)
Zbigniew Tracichleb (PKP Linia Hutnicza Szerokotorowa)
Paweł Moskała (Real Logistics)
Miłosz Witkowski (Polish Forwarding Company)
Peter Plewa (duisport agency Polska)
Marcel Stein (Bahnoperator Group)
15:00 – 15:20Coffee break
15:20 – 16:20Series of presentations „Innovative solutions in freight transport”
prof. dr. hab. Inż. Andrzej Chudzikiewicz „SUW2000 system as part of the global supply chain in intermodal transport”
Jakub Wojciechowski (Cargotec Poland)
Krystyna Śliwka (Oltis Polska)
Łukasz Konończuk (ANDREX)
16:20 – 16:40Coffee break
16:40 – 17:40DEBATE: „Seaports as a key link in logistic chains”
– Importance of Polish ports in the region
– Functioning of ocean and short sea shipping
– Decarbonisation of the maritime industry
– Investments in ports and their importance for the logistics industry

Moderator: Dominik Landa & Sebastian Wróbel ETA.FM
 
Participants:
Katarzyna Szczycińska (Port of Gdansk Authority)
Mateusz Frankiewicz (Port of Gdynia Authority)
Marta Waldmann (PIT – Łukasiewicz)
Bohdan Kozaczuk (COSCO SHIPPING Lines (Poland))
Marcin Kamola (DCT Gdańsk)
Mariusz Zaremba (MMR Group)
17:40 – 18:00Coffee break
18:00 – 19:00SUMMARY DEBATE: „The future of global supply chains”
– Long-term effects of war, pandemic and geopolitics
– Nearshoring, reindustrialisation – is the logistics industry ready for it?
– Storms, fires, floods – the logistics industry in the face of climate challenges
– Transport of goods in the green economy of the future – the target shape of sustainable supply chains in Europe

Moderator: Radosław Pyffel
 
Participants:
Marek Tarczyński (Polish Chamber of Shipping and Logistics)
Tomasz Mioduszewski (METRANS (Polonia))
Joanna Kabza (CTL Północ)
Daniel Ryczek (CLIP Intermodal)
Katarzyna Szczycińska (Port of Gdansk Authority)
Bernard Hoffman (ERMEWA SA)
Jakub Jakóbowski (Center for Eastern Studies)
Krzysztof Golubiewski (PKP S.A.)
Jacek Rutkowski (PKP Cargo S.A.)
20:00Dinner
08:00 – 12:00Farewell, check-up and return.

Cost of participation

Standard

The price is valid for applications made from 1 June 2022.

1699

Partner Offer

Companies / institutions interested in partnering / sponsoring our conference are welcome to contact:

Mirosław Woźniak
Director of marketing and sales
+48 724 192 081
miroslaw.wozniak@intermodalnews.pl