Global Mobility Call 2023 started on Tuesday, October 2023, at Ifema Madrid. It’s the second edition of the world congress & expo on sustainable mobility, organized by Ifema Madrid and Smobhub. Sustainable Truck&Van is proud to be media partner of the event.

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The first day of the GMC 2023 was inaugurated by Raquel Sánchez, the Spanish minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda. Talking about agenda, the one of conferences at Ifema Madrid was quite full even on the first day, with some interesting moments dedicated to the future trends of last mile delivery, the interventions of some primary delivery and transport companies, such as Amazon or Uber, showing how their companies are working to decrease their carbon footprint in the near future.

Global Mobility Call 2023, Bertrand Piccard at the end of the first day

Green hydrogen and the very first tests on hydrogen-powered vehicles in Spain (namely, in the bus sector) were another highlights of the day, with the visionary speech held by the French explorer and psychiatrist Bertrand Piccard, Chairman of the Solar Impulse Foundation to end the first exhibition day.

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More than 400 speakers will be involved during the three days of the GMC 2023 in an exhibition area of 14,400 square meters. This year, over 100 companies are exhibiting of participating in the Spanish event, with 50 national and 13 international associations involved. Over 10,000 professionals are expected in Madrid.

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This year, Italy serves as the event’s partner country through the Italian Agency for Foreign Trade (ICE). The ICE will showcase an 80 square meters exhibition space to promote Italian SMEs and startups at the fair.

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