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Transport & Logistics 8th Edition - Antwerp Expo
Antwerp, Belgium - 20th to 22nd September 2011
Conference / congress

By now, the trade show TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS has evolved into the industry's bi-annual meeting where the transport & logistics industry gathers in order to network, meet new informal contacts and maintain existing relationships.

This 8th edition will focus on specific themes which are paramount in the sector such as: Multimodal Transport, Green Logistics, Ports & Extended Gateways,  Silent Supply Chain, Hybrid Trucks, etc.

There will also be an extensive content programme with a number of seminars, conferences and network activities, which will be supported by our prominent knowledge institutes and media partners. A brief overview of what is already confirmed:
•LOGISTICS 2020 Seminars (20/09)
•TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS Seminars (21 & 22/09)
•4th Day of the Shipper Conference
•National Forklift Competition
•Truck Simulator
•Trends Gazellen Transport & Logistics 2011
•Logistics.TV
•French Pavilion


Date(s):
20th to 22nd September 2011

Venue:
Antwerp Expo
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