Global Mobility Call, the international platform leading the sustainable mobility of the future, will hold its third edition from 19 to 21 November 2024. The international event, organised by IFEMA MADRID and Smobhub and held in Madrid, aims to become the sector’s benchmark once again for the industries and the different public and private actors forming part of the framework that today drives projects, strategies and developments aimed at managing the sustainable movement of people and goods.

Sustainable Truck&Van was among the media partners of last year’s edition of the trade show. Here’s our report dealing with the 2023 edition of Global Mobility Call, which closed with 8,000 attendees from 37 countries and nearly 10,000 people followed the event on its LiveConnect digital platform. In total, more than 120 round tables of the sector and conferences were held with the participation of more than 500 speakers, 40% of whom were international, including professionals, public representatives and CEOs of large national and international companies.

Global Mobility Call: throwbacks of the last edition in Madrid

In its last edition, the Congress, amongst many topics, addressed the issues of the role of electrification and other alternative fuels in decarbonisation, transport multimodality, new infrastructures, alongside innovation, digitalisation and new technologies in the development of mobility, among other topics.

The GMC Expo segment was attended by 104 exhibiting companies (76% more than in 2022), in what was the largest meeting point and promotion of public-private collaboration amongst public administrations and the business sector. In addition, innovative products and solutions for the development of sustainable mobility and road safety were presented.


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