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Trade fair Multimodal 2017 at NEC, BirminghamThe trade fair Multimodal is the premier event for the freight and logistics industry and cargo owners in in the UK and Ireland and this year it’s taking place for the tenth time. Europe’s largest transport platform, TIMOCOM, is attending the Multimodal trade fair for the second time.

Last year, the IT company fascinated the Multimodal visitors with its up to 500,000 international vehicle and freight offers and more than 110,000 users. This year, TIMOCOM is continuing with its positive impression and will be presenting the new up- and download feature within the business directory, as well as the free services Update Pool and TruckBan from 4 – 6 April at stand 4080 in hall 4. The innovations are a logical addition to the digital transport platform’s offer.


Start thinking Logistics 4.0

Under the motto “Start thinking logistics 4.0” the TIMOCOM team at the Multimodal with Country Manager Northern Europe, Maria Toft Madsen, Sales Manager Northern Europe, Jan Bjerlestam and Account Manager UK/Ireland, Mikael Andersson, are looking forward to show old and new customers how Europe’a largest transport platform brings freight and vehicles together for all
involved in the logistics chain and to point out via live demonstrations how exactly freight forwarders, cargo owners, manufacuting and trade as well as road hauliers can benefit from the digital solutions and applications.


In relation to digital solutions the data security is also in focus. It is self-evident to TIMOCOM, that a high degree of security must be provided. “Users can only access the transport platform via a secure SSL connection”, explains Country Manager Northern Europe, Maria Toft Madsen. “All servers are “Hosted in Germany” and therefore subject to the most stringent data protection regulations world-wide. We will gladly show any visitor directly at the fair stand how the transport platform can be used and calm any concerns.”


Visit the Multimodal 2017 from 4 – 6 April in NEC, Birmingham.


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