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2nd Logistics Europe 2005 Exhibition & Conference
Amsterdam, Netherlands - 23rd & 24th March 2005
Exhibition / trade show

Hosted by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Amsterdam Port Authority.

There has been extraordinary recent growth in Sea-Air intermodal transport infrastructure particularly in Europe and Asia. There are now a wide number of successful case-study sea and air ports who have developed substantial Cargo Villages from the growth in Sea-Air intermodalism
• The 2nd Logistics Europe 2005 The Netherlands Exhibition and Conference will take place in Amsterdam next year attracting 200 international delegates and 35 international sea and airborne cargo-handling exhibitors and sponsors to the 2 days concurrent international exhibition and conference event taking place at the famous Hilton Amsterdam on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 March 2005
• The Conference will feature 20 world-class experts who will highlight latest issues effecting the development of Intermodalism throughout Europe as well as reviewing latest developments in Sea-Air cargo shipments; direct connections to main and feeder ports worldwide and the promotion of rail and road as part of the intermodal chain
• A concurrent 2 days Exhibition provides the ideal marketing platform for companies to showcase latest products and services to the lucrative 200 senior executive conference delegates and 350 trade visitors

23rd & 24th March 2005

Hilton Amsterdam

Contact for booking / more info:
Transport Events Management Sdn Bhd Tel: 60 3 8023 5352 Fax: 60 3 8023 3963 Email:

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