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Logima - SITL Morocco
Casablanca, Morocco - 2nd to 5th May
Exhibition / trade show

From the 2nd to the 5th May that the professionals of transport and logistics will meet at the reference event in the sector, LOGIMA‐SITL, at the Office des Changes Exhibition Centre, Casablanca.

The seventh edition of  LOGIMA will present many new aspects which further confirm the image achieved by the exhibition since its creation six years ago. Considered as a leading event, the success of LOGIMA confirms
the growing interest that economic operators have in logistics. This new discipline has become an essential variable in competitive strategies.  
To reflect the development of the sector LOGIMA has not ceased to evolve and increase the development of its objectives and perspectives. It is not for nothing that LOGIMA is positioned as the reference event and the
annual meeting place for the transport and logistics professionals in Morocco.  

Date(s):
2nd to 5th May

Venue:
Office des Changes Exhibition Centre, Casablanca

Contact for booking / more info:
lyncos@menara.ma

http://www.logima.ma
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