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ICHCA Luncheon Meeting
Brisbane, Australia - Wednesday, 30 April 2003
Conference / congress

International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association.
ICHCA’s objective is to increase knowledge of ways to improve the efficiency and economy in the handling and movement of goods, from origin to destination, by all modes and at all phases of the national and international transport chains.

The ICHCA luncheons aim to meet this objective through expert and informed speakers addressing specific issues and elements in the total logistics chain.



Date(s):
Wednesday, 30 April 2003

Time(s):
12.15pm for 12.45pm start (2.00pm finish) (GMT +10:00) Brisbane

Venue:
Connaught Room Carlton est Hotel, Cnr Ann & Roma Streets,

Ticketing:
Luncheon Cost: $60.00 per person (includes GST)

Contact for booking / more info:
RSVP: Monday 28 April 2003 Ken Hoggett: Fax: (07) 3263 9343 Phone: (07) 3862 9253 Ken Hoggett, Chairman – ICHCA Qld, PO Box 215, Aspley Q 4034 Please note: anyone accepting the luncheon and not attending on the day will still be charged the presibed cost.
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