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International Freight Week
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - 23-25 November 2008
Exhibition / trade show

The United Arab Emirates, in a bid to secure long-term sustainable economic growth, is diversifying its focus on four key areas: Oil & Gas, Tourism, Finance & Banking and Trade & Logistics. Middle East economies could save up to US$74 billion by changing the way global logistics are managed.

The Middle East is ideally placed as a key logistics hub. Investment projects are underway to deliver efficient transport and logistics infrastructures. Recent reports suggest that the Middle East will experience significant development throughout the transport and logistics industry in the immediate term.

International Freight Week is the region’s only event covering the entire transport and logistics industry.

Date(s):
23-25 November 2008

Venue:
Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
Sarah Woodbridge Group Director, Exhibitions Tel: +971 4 3365161 Ext 122 Fax: +971 4 3353526 Sanjay Sehgal Sales Manager Tel: +971 4 3365161 Ext 408 Fax: +971 4 3353526 Richard Brook Group Marketing Manager Tel: +971 4 3365161 Ext 267 Fax: +971 4 3353526 Michelle McDonald Marketing Manager Tel: +971 4 3365161 Ext 115 Fax: +971 4 3353526 Operations operations@iirme.com

http://www.internationalfreightweek.com
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