3rd Luxembourg-Poland Business Conference comes to an end
The conference gathered distinguished guests such as the Minister of the Economy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, H.E. Mr. Franz Fayot, panelists with vast subject matter knowledge, as well as over 100 registered guests.
Before the start of the conference, a private lunch was held for selected guests among our members. Later, CFL multimodal invited us to a private tour of its innovative logistic center premises.
Cindy Tereba, Director of International Affairs at the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, kicked off the conference by referring to the accreditation of the LPCC as the first bilateral chamber of commerce in Luxembourg. She also stated that in the future, it will be necessary to push ahead technological innovations to make the planning, monitoring, and adoption of supply chains more resistant. She also emphasized the need to drive the digitalization of the sector forward. Decarbonization will continue to be a challenge for the sector in the forthcoming years,
The European climate targets, outlined in the new Green Deal, can only be achieved with a close work together between European countries, with Luxembourg and Poland being central pieces of the puzzle due to their contribution to the industry.
The conference had the patronage of the Luxembourgish Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot, who emphasized the closeness of relations between the Polish and Luxembourg in his speech. He also expressed that the Covid-19 pandemics has highlighted the importance of well-coordinated supply chains and ICS networks, and acknowledged that Luxembourg was fortunate as a country to have an international logistics hub at home. It is necessary to combine different modes of transport to find the most efficient and sustainable logistics solution.
The event was co-organized by the Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Commerce of Luxembourg and sponsored by CFL multimodal.