We are delighted to announce that Tuscor Lloyds will be exhibiting at Breakbulk Europe 2017.

The expo provides a great platform to communicate our brand and meet with great professionals across the Breakbulk industry. Those who attend the expo will know that Tuscor Lloyds have a built a reputation for doing things a little differently. Whether it be our creative stand design or promotional giveaways. This year will be no exception with our theme and stand focused entirely on the people at the heart of our business.

With ever increasing automation, artificial intelligence and technology impacting the industry we felt it was the right time to emphasise the power of people and the knowledge of our team.

Tuscor Lloyds have never fit the mould when it comes to the traditional shipping industry. Our communications always strive to humanise our work and the people behind the projects.

So this year we’re bringing our ‘home’ to Breakbulk! By creating a relaxed, intimate setting, surrounded by the essentials we aim to welcome conversation with new friends as well as our long time colleagues in the industry.

Look what you missed!

Last year Tuscor Lloyds experienced another fantastic show with record attendance figures of over 7000 delegates and counting it was a non-stop Expo. View our recap here.

Breakbulk Europe is the largest Breakbulk exhibition & educational forum in Europe, supporting conventional Breakbulk and project cargo specialists. The trade show offers the chance to meet like-minded professionals and build strong relationships within the Breakbulk cargo industry.

Year at Breakbulk for Tuscor Lloyds

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Breakbulk Europe 2017

Contact Us!

Simply pop by the stand and our team will be happy to meet you. But if there’s something more specific you’d like to discuss contact our team using the form below to book a meeting during the conference.

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We have over 22 year’s experience as a global project forwarder. Follow the link below to view our recent case studies.

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