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ICHCA - Victoria - Luncheon Meeting
Melbourne, Australia - 28th May 2010
Conference / congress

Victoria's Freight Transport Initiatives

Presentation by
Mr Tim Pallas MP
Minister for Roads and Ports
Minister for Major Projects
Victorian Government

RSVP: Monday, 24th May to Austin Kennedy at
AECOM
Level 9, 8 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia
T +61 3 9653 8365 M +61 0403 525 846 F +61 3 9654 7117
e-mail austin.kennedy@aecom.com

places are strictly limited so book early

Please Note: Cancellations received after 5.00pm Friday 21st of May will be charged. Substitutes are welcome to attend at any time
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ICHCA’s Objective is to increase knowledge of ways to improve the efficiency and economy in the handling and movement of goods, from origin to destination by all modes and at all phases of the national and international transport chains.

The ICHCA Luncheons aim to meet this objective through expert and informed speakers addressing specific issues and elements in the total logistics chain.


Date(s):
28th May 2010

Time(s):
11.45am for 12.00 noon (start) (2 pm finish) (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Venue:
STAMFORD PLAZA MELBOURNE 111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

Ticketing:
ICHCA Members $70.00 per person and Non Members $85.00 per person (includes GST)
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