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Transport Logistic China 2012
Shanghai, China - 5–7 June 2012
Exhibition / trade show

The exhibition reflects a forward-looking industry.

Based on the established concept of the exhibition transport logistic in Munich and benefiting from the extensive global network of Messe München International (MMI), transport logistic China continues to grow—both in the amount of exhibition space and the number of exhibitors.

What makes transport logistic China so special for you:
  • It gives visitors a comprehensive look at the entire process chain in the transport and logistics sector
  • Services for a successful exhibit that are tailored to meet all needs
  • Perfect opportunity to establish contact with industry decision-makers
  • Access to the up-and-coming Chinese market
  • Wide range of communications channels for effective visitor promotion
  • Continuous growth of exhibition
    Participate in country-specific pavilions
  • Informative program of related events on the latest industry topics

transport logistic China 2012 | 5th International Exhibition for Logistics, Telematics and Transport

5–7 June 2012, Shanghai New International Expo Centre

Tuesday–Thursday: 9 am–5 pm

Date(s):
5–7 June 2012

Time(s):
9 am–5 pm (GMT +08:00) Beijing, Chongqing Hong Kong, Urumqi

Venue:
Shanghai New International Expo Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
info@transportlogistic-china.com

http://www.transportlogistic-china.com/
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