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18:00 – 23:00
Get-together Networking Reception - Germania Ruderclub
Start the congress off networking with industry colleagues from around the world in a relaxed atmosphere.
More than one year ago, the very exclusive and indeed oldest traditional rowing club was elaborately renewed and now fits even better in the elegant surroundings of the Alster. The interior also shines in new splendor: large window fronts, a bright floor and white walls provide plenty of light - even in October, when the sun goes down earlier. A fantastic view is offered showing the impressive silhouette of Hamburg. In addition to the boat launch there is also a spacious roof terrace, where you can enjoy the last warm rays of autumn. The catering is offered from the experienced hands of the VLET kitchen and conjures excellent food with the names "Michel", "Speicherstadt" and "Alster" - more Hamburg is almost impossible.
We will approach this exclusive spot by a small approx. 60 minutes Alster boat cruise starting directly opposite of the Le Méridien. The pier of the rowing club is just a 10-minute walk from the rowing club. Enjoy a casual and relaxing ‘Welcome to Hamburg’ evening.
Photos: Germania Ruderclub: NORD EVENT GmbH (2,3,4,5,6); HPE (1)
Thursday, 10 October 2019 - PROFESSIONAL TOURS
07:45 – 17:00
08:15 – 17:30
Professional TOUR NORTH
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The North Tour of the company visits will lead you to a highly professional export packaging company - Andresen & Jochimsen EXPORTPACK, to one of the market-leaders in fastening technology in Europe - Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG and at a very interesting Hamburg Harbour Tour you will be Eye in Eye with the Giants.
With more than 100 years of experience in professional box construction and packaging Andresen & Jochimsen EXPORTPACK is one of the most efficient providers of packaging solutions in Northern Germany. The company develops and manufactures for its customers the optimum packaging, with which the transport of goods meets all demands, taking into account the various factors of stress and transport on water, land, air or rail. In doing so, Andresen & Jochimsen EXPORTPACK always pays attention to the most economical use of packaging materials. At the new 20,000 square meters facilities with a Crane capacity: 80,000 KG the company not only offers a significantly larger packaging capacity, but also, in particular, significantly expanded storage areas and improved transport links with direct water access with direct inland vessel loading at the Reiherstieg-Schleusenfleet.
Andresen & Jochimsen EXPORTPACK GmbH & Co. KG. Am Alten Schlachthof 20 . 21107 Hamburg . http://www.exportpack.de
Another of the company visits will lead you to a highly interesting supplier of pur industry.
Within a more than 100 years of professional development the 1910 founded Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG has developed into a global group with a total turnover of more than 120 million euros and has achieved a market-leading position in fastening technology in Europe. As one of the leading manufacturers of pneumatic nailers and industrial fasteners, the BeA Group is a reliable partner for the packaging, furniture and construction industries. BeA ensures a secure fixture made in Ahrensburg/Germany. A very flexible production process and highly qualified and highly motivated employees at the head office in Ahrensburg promotes on one hand an unusually high level of vertical integration and on the other hand a vast product range of large quantities of pneumatic and gas powered handheld tools for the BeA and KMR brands. Delivery of the products ordered within Central Europe within 48 hours is ensured by the high bay warehouse equipped with the latest technology. At the headquarters in Ahrensburg in an area of 9,500 m², equipment and fasteners are stored in 7,900 pallet spaces. The fully automatic removal and storage increases the handling speed and improves the delivered quality. Every day about 140 t of goods are shipped from Ahrensburg in 500 packages by means of logistics partners.
Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG
EYE IN EYE WITH THE GIANTS - THE DIFFERENT PORT ROUND TRIP
Exclusive insights into the container port: In the midst of towering cranes, endlessly long container warehouses and huge cargo ships, you experience the Port of Hamburg from a completely new perspective: the harbor cruise "Eye to Eye with the Giants" takes you directly to the container port of Hamburg - exclusively to where others are only at the fence.
Container giants close enough to touch: Ahead lies the container port Hamburg. Visitors usually do not come in here - we do! Thanks to the special permit of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA), our bus with accompanying vehicle and flashing warning lights rolls directly onto the terminals.
Different terminals are available for our harbor tour:
Qualified guides explain all technical and logistical processes during the tour and are of course available for questions. The choice of terminals is spontaneous depending on the daily business and availability.
Photos: Hamburg Harbour: TimSiegert-batcam/AdobeStock (1); Sigfried von Lauvenberg (2); jotily/AdobeStock (3); Friedr. Jasper Rund- und Gesellschaftsfahrten GmbH (4,5,6)
07:30 – 17:00
Professional TOUR SOUTH
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The South Tour of the company visits will lead you to the roots of our branch and to a company thats products are inherent for the manufacturing of wooden pallets and packaging - EUROBLOCK. Answers to the current and future questions concerning the availability of wood will be given ba the State Forests Lower Saxony in Oerrel.
Euroblock is local – globally! Joint-ventures with the sales and production sites give a global presence so that all customers can be supplied on a just-in-time basis. Additionally, 30 years of experience in block production enable the company to meet all customers’ requirements – perfectly.
Wether wood packaging or pallet blocks: EUROBLOCKs' customers expect punctual and reliable delivery. Around 550.000 cubic metres of packaging timber and 800,000 cubic metres of pallet blocks leave the Euroblock plants each year for transportation by selected, reputable logistics partners and by rail.
The factory in Uelzen reflects one of the foundations of EUROBLOCK. It is on of six plants throughout Europe, supporting that customers can rely on a guaranteed supply. Comprehensive know-how, first-class service and optimized product segments. EUROBLOCK is present on the international market and can supply every customer on a just-in-time basis. With 40 years of experience in log production, EUROBLOCK is able to optimally fulfill all customer requirements.
The other stopover on this tour will give you answers to the current and future questions concerning the availability of wood. The State Forests Lower Saxony in Oerrel witht their most modern and impressive forest seeding consulting premisses and a highly informative forest parcour cultivates 15,189 hectares of forest and manages 203 hectares of communal forest of the city of Munster. The forest area is equivalent to nearly 154 million square meters or 21,557 football fields. The forestry office of Oerrel is affiliated with the forest seeding advisory office (Forstsaatgut-Beratungsstelle) (fsb), the rope climbing school (Seilkletterschule) and the center of forest pedagogy (Waldpädagogikzentrum) Ostheide with the houses Oerrel and Siedenholz. In the forestry office are two national timber storage areas (high grade conifer wood, oak wood). The Forestry Office coordinates the use of the Automated Forest Fire Detection System (AWFS), which covers an area of approx. 1 million ha. Within the fsb he security of origin , efficiency and ecological adaptation of the forest seeds is at the center of all activities.The fsb has the option of storing seeds in the long term through cooling and storage rooms in order to bridge failure mast years and ensure a continuous supply of seeds. In the own laboratory, all legally required seed tests can be carried out.
Photo: Forest: AdobeStock_148472093_AA+W
09:30 – 14:00
Partner Programme “Sinnes Tour” [PP1]
Every single of your senses will be reached during the “Sinnes Tour”. Via bus transfer you will reach the starting point of this delicious trip including treats like "Franzbrötchen", chocolate and cocoa liqueur. Highlight and last location at this days’ Partner Programme tour will be lunch at the restaurant Carls opposite to the ‘Elphi’. Typical cuisine of Northern Germany with a light french accent. Cosy seats, smooth music and our open kitchen – enjoy the cent of fresh dishes and feel yourself comfortable and relax with a fantastic view of the harbour through our surface low windows. Enjoy the panoramic view with the Elphi directly in front of you.
Photos: Elbphilharmonie: HPE (1), Chocolate: TJK (2); Restaurant Carls (3)
20:00 – 24:00
Get-together Networking Reception - Heritage Bar - Le Méridien
After a day full of big impressions across the value chain of export packaging time for discussion and reflection is needed. Certainly after that long day of traveling around people are very hungry. The easiest way to solve both demands – talk and food – is in a relaxed atmosphere without the need to travel further. Therefore, the brand new Heritage-Bar at the roof top of the 2019 Congress Hotel offers a variety of excellent food and drinks to be taken while walking around and talking with other participants. A smooth closure of an exhaustive day with a unique view of the Aussenalster.
Photos: Heritage Bar: Le Meredien (2,3); HPE (1)
Friday, 11 October 2019
08:30 – 17:00
2019 International FEFPEB Congress hosted by HPE
High level speakers will deal with relevant topics for the branch. The experts will deeply reflect current und upcoming subjects affecting daily and future work of the wooden pallets and packaging producing companies and their partners as well as the friends of the branch – suppliers, service providers and sponsors of this International FEFPEB Congress hosted by HPE.
Here you find the detailed programme of the Business Session.
Extended breaks will leave time for visiting the exhibition of sponsors and networking inbetween the sessions.
08:30 – 17:00
Business Session - Speakers
Dr. Niels Wiecker
Dr. Niels Wiecker
Position Director of Port and Logistics at the Ministry of Economy, Transport and Innovation, Hamburg
CV Dr. Wiecker studied in Hamburg and Salamanca, Spain. His academic field of interest was the economic history of trade and ports in the Atlantic. He served as Head of a Member of Parliament’s Office at Deutscher Bundestag (2008-2011). He became Personal Assistant to the First Mayor of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and Deputy Director of the Mayor’s Office in 2011. In 2012 he joined the Ministry of Economy, Transport and Innovation as Head of the Minister’s office. Since 2019 he is responsible for port and logistics.
L. Daniel Hosseus
L. Daniel Hosseus
Position Association of German Seaport Operators , Hamburg
Beschreibung since 2014 Association of German Seaport Operators , Hamburg Senior Managing Director 2013 - 2014 Hamburg Shipowners Association, Hamburg Managing Director 2011 - 2014 German Shipowner Association, Hamburg Director, International and EU-Affairs; Brussels Office 2001 - 2011 German Shipowner Association, Hamburg Advisor, International Shipping Policy and Liner Shipping 1998 - 2001 HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH, Hamburg Consultant 1998 DSR – Senator Lines GmbH, Bremen Controller 1994 - 1998 Canadian Shipowners Association, Ottawa, Canada Policy Analyst Education 1993 - 1996 Master of Arts in Public Administration Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 1992 - 1993 Mineur en arts et sciences (Demography and Statistics) Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada 1988 - 1991 Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Science McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Prof. Dr. Udo Mantau
Prof. Dr. Udo Mantau
Position Prof. Dr. Mantau ( Managing Director at INFRO e.K and formaly University of Hamburg - Center for wood economics - Economics of wood and forestry.), Hamburg
CV Prof. Dr. Udo Mantau is an economist and, after various research activities (Freiburg, Stockholm, Berkeley), worked in private economy from 1981 to 1992 as head of Heinze Baumarktforschung (C. Bertelsmann). From 1992 to 2017 Mantau was a full professor at the University of Hamburg in the wood industry center. Mantau has developed the wood raw materials accounting method, which is now used throughout Europe. Most recently, he has produced a complete pulp flow analysis of wood from the forest through the processing stages, energy use and recycling flows for the EU28. Mantau has been conducting its research since 2018 as a proprietor of INFRO e.K. (Information Systems for Raw Materials) at the TUTECH Innovation Center in Harburg. Current projects include raw material monitoring (FNR) and modeling of the bioeconomy (BMFT, BMEL, BMWi), as well as a project for product use in the construction sector (WKF).
Prof. Dr.–Ing. Bernd Sadlowsky
Prof. Dr.–Ing. Bernd Sadlowsky
Position Prof. Dr.–Ing. Bernd Sadlowsky (Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer at BFSV Verpackungsinstitut Hamburg GmbH and Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg Faculty of Life Sciences - Department of Process Engineering - Professor of Engineering Mechanics, Materials and Packaging Technology, Hamburg
CV Dipl.-Ing. Specialization in chemical engineering, Doctorate in the field of materials and corrosion at the RWTH Aachen 2001 - 2005 Damage analyst at the Institute for Material Testing at TÜV Rheinland 2006 - 2007 Head of the Institute for Material Testing at the TÜV Rheinland Group 2007 - 2008 authorized representative of TÜV Rheinland Werkstoffprüfung GmbH From 2009 Prof. at the HAW Hamburg, Department of Life Sciences, Since 2009 Head of the Hamburg Packaging Institute, BFSV Since 2010 Managing Director of the BFSV e.V. Since 2012 Managing Director / Deputy DVEU Since Dec. 2012 CEO of BFSV Verpackungstechnik Hamburg GmbH
Dr. André Wolf
Dr. André Wolf
Position Dr. André Wolf (Head of Research "World Economy, Economy and International Trade" & "Energy, Climate and Environment" at Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI)), Hamburg
CV Dr. André Wolf has been working as a research assistant at the Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) since October 2012. Since February 2016, he has been head of the research area Business Cycle, World Economy and International Trade. Since October 2016, he also heads the research area Energy, Climate and Environment. Dr. Wolf studied economics (diploma) with a focus on international economic relations and econometrics at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. As part of his dissertation at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, he dealt with the interactions of participation in education and migration flows in developing countries. His main interests are in the fields of energy economics, international economics and applied economic research.
Dr. Thomas Schröder
Dr. Thomas Schröder
Position Dr. Thomas Schröder is a forestry scientist and consultant for plant health in Unit 714 Plant Health, Phytosanitary Affairs at the Export Department of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Bonn.
CV Until 2016, he was a scientist at the Institute for National and International Plant Health of the JKI for more than 20 years and responsible for Forest Quarantine. As part of this activity, Dr. Ing. Schroeder 10 years member of the "IPPC Technical Panel on Forstry Quarantine", which during this time was responsible for the revision of the ISPM 15. In addition, he was a member of EPPO's "EPPO Panel on Quarantine for Forestry" and various working groups at EU level. He is a member of the scientific board of the International Quarantine Research Group.
Position Brent has been the President / CEO of National Wooden Pallet & Container Association (NWPCA), VA, USA.
CV He has spent nearly 30 years in the forest products community, serving as a forester, sales manager, lobbyist, and CEO in various private, public and non-profit organizations. Brent has an MBA from George Mason University, two undergraduate degrees from North Carolina State University in business management and in forestry, and is a Certified Association Executive.
Prof. Dr. Michael Köhl
Prof. Dr. Michael Köhl
Position Professor, World Forestry, University of Hamburg
CV Michael Köhl has been awarded the PhD at University of Freiburg, 1986 where he was working as an Research Assiciate from 1983-1987. The next two year he was engaged at the Pfizer, Dept. of Clinical Research as Biometrician. At the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL), Birmensdorf, Switzerland, Michael lead as Senior Scientist the Research Group “Inventory Methods”, 1988-1996His habilitation at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland, was in 1993. From 1996-2014 he was employed as Professor at the Dresden Technical University, at Forest Biometrics and Computer Sciences. From 2004 - 2013 Michael was active at the Institute of World Forestry, German Federal Research Institute for Forestry and Forest Products. Since 2004 he is Professor for World Forestry at Hamburg University. Abroad Michael was conducting research activities as Visiting Scientist at the USDA Forest Service, Newton Square, PA, USA in 2011 and as Visiting Scientist for the REDD+ Unit in Suva, Fiji, 2017-2018.
Position Senior Principal Pöyry Management Consulting, Munich
CV Thorsten started his career after school with an apprenticeship as a carpenter. After finishing his university education as Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Wood Building and Construction at the University of Applied Sciences in Rosenheim, Germany, he became Assistant to the mill manager at Wiehag, Austria. As wood products specialist at Pöyry Management Consulting in Munich, Germany he gained a deep overview of the branch. The next steps in his career lead him to the position of managing director at Pfeifer Group in Imst, Austria and managing director at Haas Fertigbau in Falkenberg, Germany. Currently he is working as senior Principal at Pöyry Management Consulting in Munich, Germany, as Leader of the global Solid Wood Team at Pöyry with focus on sawmilling, further processing, packaging and wooden construction.
Position Chief Procurement Officer at Koninklijke DSM N.V., The Netherlands
CV Martha Buffington is Chief Procurement Officer of Royal DSM, which is a €9 billion global company producing health, nutrition, and sustainable living products to enhance the lives of people and the sustainability of the planet. She is accountable for strategic sourcing performance, supplier innovation and sustainability solutions, and supply base risk management for direct and indirect procurement. In addition, she is global process owner to ensure effective and efficient execution of the source-to-pay process. Martha joined Royal DSM in March 2018 as VP Indirect Procurement based in The Netherlands. In this role, she led a global organization of 150 people doing strategic sourcing for Corporate Functions and the Business Groups for indirect goods and services. Prior to joining Royal DSM, she had a 21-year career at The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, GA, USA. She was Chief Procurement Officer of a $4 billion division of the company that included operations in 15 countries, primarily in emerging markets. As part of this role, she was a board member of the Cross-Enterprise Procurement Group, which is the Coca-Cola system’s procurement consortium. Prior to her CPO role, she was VP Indirect Procurement and Center of Excellence. Her career also included leadership roles and experience across a broad range of supply chain functions. In 2016, she participated in the highly selective Donald R. Keough System Leadership Academy. Martha is an active mentor and supporter of women in business. She is currently the co-chairperson of Royal DSM’s Women Inspired Network in The Netherlands, which creates a supportive environment for women and encourages their professional growth and contributions to the Company.
Dr. Marteen Willemen
Dr. Marteen Willemen
Position Chairman of PEFC the Netherlands
CV From 2010 to 2018 he was head of the Product Group Timber at the State Forestry Department (Staatsbosbeheer) in the Netherlands. Since April 2018 he chairs the Dutch association PEFC the Netherlands (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certfication). PEFC the Netherlands is member of PEFC International. Besides that, Maarten also chairs the Dutch Association of Forestry Contractors and Timber Traders (AVIH).
Rob van Hoesel
Rob van Hoesel
Position President of FEFPEB
CV Graduated as Forest Engineer Rob served as managing director of several companies in forest logging, the paper industry, saw milling and the pallet industry. In 2000 he acquired PKF one of the leading pallet manufacturers in the Netherlands. In 2013 he transferred the company to his son and since then he is active for the common interest of our industry, with several functions national and international and since 2013 he is president of FEFPEB.
Position President HPE Bundesverband Holzpackmittel • Paletten • Exportverpackung e.V.
CV Jürgen Rademacher was recently elected president of HPE. He is also member of the board of GPAL. As owner and managing director he is running his own company Rademacher Paletten.
Position Secretary General FEFPEB
CV Fons Ceelaert was appointed secretary general of FEFPEB in 1997 and is a seasoned association manager. FEFPEB gradually became the representative European Federation for the Wooden Pallet and Packaging Industry, and has a pivotal role in defending the interests of our industry. Contacts and partnerships with EU institutions, FAO / IPPC and colleague sector associations and federations worldwide have been build up and are maintained. It did create a basis for any intervention or pro active lobby on important topics, such as ISPM 15, the revision of the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive, trade disruptions, the use of timber as packaging material. FEFPEB supports the co-operation on a global level actively. Interpal and the Global Forum Wooden Pallet and Packaging Industry are important initiatives.
Position Managing Director HPE
CV After graduating in 2001 Dipl. Ing. wood technology at the Cooperative State University of Mosbach, he was working in the wood industrie for 12 years at Holzindustrie Hunsrück GmbH, a manufacturer of contract furniture, with a value chain from his own sawmill to finished upholstered furniture as head of design / product development, product management and in marketing. In 2011 he graduated as Executive Master of Business Marketing (ExecMBM) Freie Universität of Berlin. In parallel he was giving lessons for 5 years as lecturer in the field of wood technology at the Cooperate State University Mosbach. From 2012 - 2018 Kirschner was working as consultant environment, technology standardization and research at Confederation of the German Wood Industry (HDH). In 2018 he became Managing Director of HPE – Federal Association for Wooden Packages, Pallets and Export Packaging (Bundesverband Holzpackmittel • Paletten • Exportverpackung e.V.)
Position Wood Structure Engineer, itech, Saint-Maurice, France
CV Since 2002 Damien Quidet is working at itech. In collaboration with HPE itech developed further Pallet-Express. Currently Case-Express is under development. Bothe software solutions combine 3D-construction with structural analysis based on finite-element-method. Mr. Quidet studied at Arts et Métiers ParisTech - École Nationale Supérieur d‘Arts et Métiers.
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Exhibition of the Sponsors
The 2019 International FEFPEB congress in Hamburg hosted by HPE is the outstanding platform to reflect on the state of affairs of the EU wood pallet and packaging industry. A mix of interesting presentations, dealing with actual trends and topics and excellent networking opportunities for manufacturers and suppliers. The congress is an excellent platform for maintaining existing contacts and forging new business relationships.
Use the time during the breaks of the International Congress to talk and discuss the Sponsor's latest news and developments in a uncomplicated atmosphere whilst having an extended coffee-break.
Check-out whom to personally meet here.
10:00 – 14:00
Make your choice between the two following options:
“The creative site of St. Pauli” [PP2]
Hardly anything makes (wo)men's heart beating faster than shopping. What could be better than a guided shopping tour? Best away from the large anonymous shopping centers, in the well-known scene district of St. Pauli. What many do not know: St. Pauli is much more than just a red light district and party mile, it is above all a creative and colorful district, which is especially alive with its many small shops. Factories, unique and handmade by young Hamburg labels can be found here and incidentally you will also learn from the guide interesting facts about the infamous district. With entertaining stories, exciting owner-managed shops and small meals in between, shopping becomes an experience. And best of all: at the end of the tour, you will receive vouchers that you can redeem in stores. The perfect end to a delicious lunch at Feinkost Schnalke, the flower shop with typical Hamburg regional and selfmade dishes.
“Alster cruise - get a hash to the beautiful backyards of the high society" [PP3]
Experience a really special Alster cruise - the Alster boat trip is a special cruise through the lovely canals of the inner city of Hamburg. Enjoy the great panoramic view while we show you the fancy villa’s and gardens of the V.I.P’s and beautiful parks! You can experience inside views, which you would not be able to see on a tour by bus. You will see, it is easy to imagine that Hamburg is the city with the most millionaires and billionaires in Europe.
We start at Hamburg’s boulevard Jungfernstieg and cruise underneath Lombardsbridge towards the outer Alster. Our relaxed cruise continues along the elegant villas of Uhlenhorst and Bellevue. Along the banks of Harvestehude and its parks, our ship goes back to Jungfernstieg, where our scenic tour ends. Lunch will be served at „VLET at the Alster“, the unique location, directly at the Alster “arcades“ with a view on the water and town hall of Hamburg! The restaurant focuses on original Hamburg cuisine as well as regional and selfmade dishes. Enjoy the modern and hanseatic atmosphere right next to the vibrating „Jungfernstieg“ at the waterside where the people of Hamburg and tourists meet.
Photos: St. Pauli: AdobeStock_118839748_Marco2811 (1), St. Pauli,Shopping: TJK (2,3), Feinkost Schnalke: HPE (4), Alster Cruises / Jungfernstieg: AdobeStock_98310823_M_Johannsen (5), Inselkanal Hamburg Eppendorf: AdobeStock_228714435_Carl-Jürgen_Bautsch (6)
19:00 – 24:00
Closing Celebration - Gala-Location - Kaispeicher B/Deck 10
Celebrate a succesful conference connecting with those you have met during the past days at a superb loacation with excellent food and drinks.
The oldest and still existing warehouse in the World Heritage Speicherstadt is the Kaispeicher B. The imposing complex is home to the Maritime Museum. Part of the exhibit is Deck 2, a fancy location that takes its guests back in time with its architecture and pieces from the museum’s collection. In a time when the city's stores were still filled with valuable goods such as spices and coffee. For the FEFPEB Congress 2019 HPE managed the doors to be opened after the regular museum opening times. The Kaispeicher B is a great location emitting a lot of maritime flair. In an atmosphere that will take you back to old days valuable delicacies will be served at the Gala-Dinner by the passionate kitchen chefs creating a first-class menu, with culinary surprises. Afterwards you can dance to cool beats of the Band "The Dandys". The Dandys are partner of the charity organisation "No panic for organic" - promoting organ donation in cooperation with the university hospital in Münster/Germany. Outside the location and on the roof top terrace you will have an unforgettable view across the enlightened harbour. This special closing event will be the crowning moment of an interesting and exciting congress in the unforgettable Hanseatic city of Hamburg.
A retourn-bustransfer will be organised starting at the Le Méridien.
Photos: Kaiserspeicher B: Nordhaus und Scherer GmbH (2,3,6); HPE (1,4,5)