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The Smart Supply Chain Technology Show
Sydney, Australia - 10-11 June 2009
Exhibition / trade show

The Smart Supply Chain Technology Show (SSCT) is the biennial exhibition for supply chain and logistics professionals to find out what’s new in supply chain products and services, network with colleagues, clients and business partners and build new business relationships. The theme for 2009, “Meeting the Challenge – Logistics Innovation for Operational Efficiency”, recognises the opportunities and demands presented by the current business environment, and identifies innovation as a key to meeting these challenges.

SSCT is part of the much anticipated Supply Chain Week event, incorporating industry site visits, peak association meeting, education and training forum and the Smart Conference; Asia Pacific’s premier conference for supply chain offering a wealth of strategic information for senior supply chain professionals. SSCT offers all Supply Chain Week attendees the opportunity to source new and advanced logistics and materials handling technologies from around the world.

10-11 June 2009

9am - 6pm and 9am -5pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre

Free to attend

Contact for booking / more info:
phone 1300 789 845

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