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RORO 2006
Ghent, Belgium - 16th to 18th May 2006
Exhibition / trade show

Specialist exhibition and conference for the RORO.
RORO 2006 is held exclusively for the roll-on/roll-off shipping industry. With a track record of seventeen successful ro-ro events behind us, RORO 2006 promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
It will be the ‘must attend’ meeting place for all the principal operators, suppliers and service providers of ro-ro transport, using roll-on/roll-off and horizontal handling methods.
All the serious players in the industry will be there – for three days and all under one roof. Join them and be a part of RORO 2006’s success story.

'RORO 2004 was an excellent exhibition with a large number of very high quality contacts made. By lunch time on day one, for my organisation, the exhibition had paid for itself many times over. To have all of the ro-ro industry’s movers and shakers together in one hall at the same time is advantageous for all concerned.’
Mark Butler, RS Clare


Date(s):
16th to 18th May 2006

Venue:
Flanders Expo

http://www.roroex.com/
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