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Australasian Ports & Harbours Congress 2012
Brisbane, Australia - 27th to 29th February 2012
Conference / congress

The 2nd annual Australasian Ports & Harbours Congress brings together international and local port operators, users, government and service providers to discuss future growth opportunities.

Learn:
How to increase trade
How to maximise efficiency
How to plan projects in a cost-effective way
How to gain financing
How to monitor performance and benchmark processes
How to develop intermodal solutions
How to attract and maintain new customers
How to improve port security
How to increase ship turnaround time
How to reduce terminal costs

Date(s):
27th to 29th February 2012

Venue:
Stamford Plaza Brisbane hotel, one of the city's most prestigious and recognisable landmarks, comprises 252 luxuriously appointed guestrooms over 22 floors, and is nestled between the banks of the Brisbane River and the Botanic Gardens. Renowned for its warm, European-style decor and exceptional service, Stamford Plaza Brisbane hotel caters to both the corporate client and leisure traveller. All guestrooms feature stunning views across the Brisbane River and boast luxurious amenities and decor



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