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China Logistics 2004
Shanghai,PR China, China - 16th to 20th february 2004
Exhibition / trade show

CHINA LOGISTICS 2004 will provide logistics professionals with the lastest know-how and ability to successfully manage the challenge of the increasing complexity of moving goods in China. New regulations which have been recently implemented by the(MOFTEC)allow foreign investors to operate logistics business and getting products to the end customer has proven to be the key challenge. China's spending last year on logistics was about US$200 billion - 20% of the country's GDP. It is anticipated that China's logistics market for 3PLs over the next 10years will grow 16 to 25% annually.(source -Morgan Stanley report). Fees:- 16Feb04-Integrated Retail Systems- US$695/- 17-18th Feb04- China Logistics 2004-US$1595/- 19-20th Feb04 - Supply Chain Fundamentals-US$995/-. Register for all 3events and receive a 10% discount. 19-20th Feb04 -  
Sponsor:  Endorsed by Hong Kong Logistics Assoc,Hong Kong Article Numbering Assoc,Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (HK) etc  


Date(s):
16th to 20th february 2004

Time(s):
9.00am - 5.30pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Venue:
Location: Shangri-La Pudong Hotel,33 Fu Cheng Lu Pudong

Ticketing:
also http://www.asiasource.org/ev

Contact for booking / more info:
8621 6882 8888

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