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TRANSRUSSIA 2009
Moscow, Russia - 21-24 April 2009
Exhibition / trade show

TransRussia is the number one event in the transport calendar in Russia, CIS and the Baltic countries.

TransRussia is the largest international transport event in Russia and its neighbouring countries, making it the perfect opportunity for exhibitors to establish their company’s presence on the Russian transport market and promote their products and services to a large number of potential clients.

Exhibiting at TransRussia provides a great opportunity to meet potential clients and partners and promote your services and products in Russia, CIS and Baltic countries. It is ideal for companies wishing to launch into the Russian market as well as being the perfect forum for those already established in Russia to launch new products or services or simply reinforce their market position.

We hope to welcome you at TransRussia 2009!

Date(s):
21-24 April 2009

Venue:
Moscow Expocentre

Contact for booking / more info:
ITE Group Plc at transport@ite-exhibitions.com tel: +44 (0) 20 7596 5188

http://www.transrussia.ru
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