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Multimodal 2012
Birmingham, United Kingdom - 1 - 3 May 2012
Exhibition / trade show

Multimodal is the UK and Ireland's leading freight transport and logistics exhibition.  Now entering its fifth year, the event has evolved into an annual one stop shop for shippers who need to find ways of optimising their supply chain and transportation flows.

Attending Multimodal provides you with the opportunity to compare your suppliers, strategies and modes and network with cargo owners.

Suppliers of transportation services know that winning new business will be the key to their success this year.  Multimodal will deliver over 4000 key decision makers looking to do business and sign contracts with suppliers who can satisfy their needs.

Visit the Exhibition

Multimodal 2012 is free to attend. Attending Multimodal can help you increase your supply chain efficiencies, reduce your costs and protect your margins.  Join over 4000 attendees at Multimodal and benefit from the free to attend seminars featuring case studies and critical industry updates that will affect your business.

Click here to register as a visitor for Multimodal 2012.

Date(s):
1 - 3 May 2012

Venue:
National Exhibition Centre Birmingham

Contact for booking / more info:
robert.jervis@clarionevents.com

http://www.multimodal.org.uk/
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