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Supply Chain & Logistics Conference and Exhibition
Atlanta, Georgia, United States - 10th, 11th and 12th September 2002
Exhibition / trade show

Titled...Integration for Results
the organisers state that this National Supply Chain Event allows you to:
Reach key prospects through integrated marketing: in person, in print, online
Position your company as a market leader
Enhance brand awareness of your products and services
Drive your sales
The organisers also state that the conference features approximately 30 sessions that address "how to" create and implement successful supply chain strategies. The exhibition features thousands of products, services and solutions to help you successfully integrate and manage your enterprise. SCL is co-located with the Atlanta Material Handling Show and the Atlanta Plant Engineering & Maintenance Show.


Date(s):
10th, 11th and 12th September 2002

Venue:
Georgia International Convention Center

Contact for booking / more info:
1300 E. 9th St. Cleveland, OH 44114-1503 USA Voice: 216.931.9295 Fax: 216.696.1267 Web: www.SupplyChainLogistics.com

http://www.logisticsworld.com/featureventssclp02.asp
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