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World Logistics Expo
Jeonbuk, Korea, South - 10th to 14th October 2007
Exhibition / trade show

Exhibition on logistics corporation
    - Logistics World Hall : Transportation, Delivery, Pallet system.
  - Logistics Future Hall : RFIDㆍIT devicesㆍIntegrated logistics system.
  - Logistics Innovation Hall : Domestic large company hallㆍJeonbuk business hall
  - Transportation Logistics Hall : Light delivery trucks & Heavy duty trucks.
  - Special Equipment Logistics Hall : Heavy logistics machinery, Special equipment vehicles
  - Marine Logistics Hall : Exhibition for large sized machinery-Vehicle cargo handling gear,
                                    Containers, etc  
  Exhibition on logistics main subject
    - Jeonbuk PR(public relations) room
  - Logistics history room
  - High-tech logistics room  
  Academic seminar and events on logistics, etc.  
    - Conferences and academic meetings on wide range of topics, including forums on logistics
    policies


Date(s):
10th to 14th October 2007

Venue:
Logex Center

Contact for booking / more info:
Jasmine Woo email jy@seoulconvention.com

http://eng.logex.co.kr/Frame.asp
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