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Transport & Logistics 7th Edition
Antwerp, Belgium - Tuesday 20th to Thursday 22th October 2009.
Exhibition / trade show

Transport & Logistics attracted last edition 9,000 professionals from the Benelux and has thus established itself as the leading business event for the transport and logistics community.

The fair also owes its success to the fact that the logistics sector is a growth market. Logistics is being recognised as an important criterion for a company's global performance.

A growing number of shippers wants to outsource their transport and logistics operations. Obviously, the first question to be asked is to what extent logistics service providers can propose solutions that meet the industry's logistical needs in these times of issues concerning infrastructure, traffic jams, taxes and external costs.



Date(s):
Tuesday 20th to Thursday 22th October 2009.

Time(s):
10 a.m. - 8 p.m. (GMT +01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Venue:
Antwerp expo Jan Van Rijswijcklaan 191 B-2020 Antwerp

http://www.transport-logistics.be/EN/exhibitors/practical_info/
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