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ICHCA Luncheon - South Australia
West lakes SA, Australia - 9th November 2005
Conference / congress

ICHCA'S objective is to promote 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 chain.

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

Speaker - Steve Shearer, Exec Dir South Aust Road Transport Association - "the new world order - compliance and enforcement".


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Date(s):
9th November 2005

Time(s):
12.00 for 12.15 pm (GMT +09:30) Adelaide

Venue:
Lakes Hotel, 141 Brebner Drive, West Lakes

Ticketing:
Luncheon Cost: Members $40.00 (Includes 10% GST) - Non Members $50.00 (Includes 10% GST). This cost includes wine.

Contact for booking / more info:
All enquiries to Carolyn Amos on Tel (08) 8236 2222. The Lakes Hotel Tel: (08) 8356 4444
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