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RoRo 2004
Gothenburg, Sweden - 25th to 27th May 2004
Exhibition / trade show

the organizers claim that RORO2004 is the major international event and focal point for the ro-ro industry. Now in its 17th year, the RORO2004 Conference and Exhibition on ro-ro transport using roll-on / roll-off and horizontal handling methods, promises to attract a unique blend of shipowners, freight forwarders, port and terminal operators and naval architects.

RORO2002 attracted over 2660 attendees over the three days of the show, comprising of over 2300 visitors to the exhibition, 140 international exhibitors and 246 senior level decision makers attracted by the RORO conference.

Following the success of 2002, RORO 2004 will take place in May returning to Gothenburg's Svenska Massan, a popular venue for the established event. Comprising of an international exhibition and high-level conference, the events which run in parallel, provide a one-stop-shop for visitors and delegates wanting to keep up to date with the latest market trends and developments, product and service innovations and other key buying and management issues.

Catracom of Belgium will be exhibiting.

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Date(s):
25th to 27th May 2004

Venue:
Svenska Massan

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