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Global Automotive Logistics 2002
Bremen, Germany - 29th and 30th August 2002
Conference / congress

the organisers state the the 4th Global Automotive Logistics conference and exhibition will address the issues surrounding supply chain and both inbound and outbound automotive logistics. This unique global forum encourages debate between vehicle manufacturers, tier suppliers, logistics and transport providers regarding the most cost effective and efficient logistical solutions.

The event will bring together key decision makers providing the ideal platform for communication and dedicated networking.

One meeting place, two days, unlimited business opportunities for the automotive logistics industry.

Date(s):
29th and 30th August 2002

Venue:
Hotel Maritim

Ticketing:
Stand space, full shell scheme, fascia, name board, carpet, lighting, electrical socket, complimentary entrance to the delegate reception and one complimentary delegate pass, (which provides access to all the conference sessions, lunches, conference papers and coffee breaks). Price: £345 per m2

Contact for booking / more info:
Manjit Sandhu Tel: +44 (0) 20 7553 1327 Email: manjit.sandhu@informa.com Paul Holloway Tel: +44 (0) 20 7553 1691 Email: paul.holloway@informa.com Robert Jervis Tel: +44 (0) 20 7553 1697 Email: robert.jervis@informa.com Fax for all the above Fax: +44 (0) 20 7553 1820

http://www.globalautologistics.com/
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