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6th Philippine Ports and Shipping 2011
Manila, Philippines - 27th & 28th January 2011
Exhibition / trade show

The event will be a two days gathering of 400 senior executive decision makers from more than 30 countries comprising of the world’s leading regional shippers, cargo owners, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics, port authorities, importers/exporters, terminal operating companies, railway operating companies, haulage companies, container terminal equipment and services suppliers operating throughout Australasia. There were 350 senior executive registered participants from 23 countries at the last event in 2009.

There will be an Exhibition of 50 international shipping lines, container ports, logistics companies, IT companies, container terminal equipment, services providers and event sponsors.

A two days concurrent Conference Programme will feature 30 world-class conference speakers analysing latest global and regional transport and logistics issues facing shipping lines and cargo owners.


Date(s):
27th & 28th January 2011

Venue:
The Peninsula Manila Hotel

Contact for booking / more info:
Transport Events Management Limited 2nd Floor, 53-3, Jalan USJ 9/5R, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Tel. + 60 3 8023 5352 Fax. + 60 3 8023 3963 enquiries@transportevents.com

http://www.transportevents.com/EventsDetails.aspx?EventID=EVE011
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