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3rd European 3PL Summit 2005
London, United Kingdom - 26th and 27th October 2005
Conference / congress

Join the debate on the future of the 3PL (Third Party Logistics) Industry and find out how to position your company for maximum returns. Hear first-hand from the industry’s most influential 3PL CEOs – who will reveal the latest industry trends and discuss all the hot topics. Learn directly from your customers how to gain more of their business – hear invaluable comments from Gillette, Kimberly-Clark, IBM, Avon and Solectron. Make new profitable business contacts with over 200 senior executives from leading 3PL Providers, 3PL customers and partners
In depth coverage and discussion of all the crucial issues!

3PL customers openly discuss what they expect from their 3PL providers now and in the future. Find out the value-added services your customers want you to provide? Discover the innovative new technologies that you should adopt and how to make them your unique selling point. What are the key elements behind a customers’ decision to employ a 4PL? Discuss the latest business opportunities in the 10 new EU member countries and beyond

What does the future hold for European 3PLs – Where does your business fit in?
Download your free copy of the latest eyefortransport’s  3rd Annual Report on European 3PL Industry. 3PL issues will be discussed at the 3rd European 3 PL Summit, 26-27 October, London. Save Euro 150 by quoting “3PL” at

26th and 27th October 2005

Royal Garden Hotel

Contact for booking / more info:
Izabela Janecka, Event Director eyefortransport, US Toll Free: 1 800 814 3459 ext 252 or +44 (0)20 73 75 7564, Email:

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