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Logistics Hong Kong
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - 18th to 20th May 2004
Conference / congress

The logistics industry is identified as one of the four pillars that support the Hong Kong economy. Logistics Hong Kong has been launched in response to the industry demand for an event that targets the Hong Kong and Asian logistics market. The event will be run in co-operation with the Hong Kong Logistics Development Council - LOGSCOUNCIL (a committee appointed by the Hong Kong Government that advises on logistics development policies) and recognises the importance of the region as a logistics hub.

Logistics Hong Kong will attract Hong Kong and Mainland China's key logistics players, many of whom already operate on a global basis, as well as International suppliers and operators who are keen to penetrate local and Mainland markets or establish a higher profile. The event will also present a golden opportunity for those who wish to find out more about the "Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement" between Hong Kong and Mainland China.


Date(s):
18th to 20th May 2004

Venue:
Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
UK 44 (0) 20 7017 5511 HK, Carol Chan, 852 2854 3222

http://www.logistics-hk.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename
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