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ICHCA Australia - luncheons
Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane, Australia - 15th May to 20th June 2013
Conference / congress

The following events have been notified so far;

Adelaide lunch on 15th May - In July 2012 Flinders Ports purchased the remaining 60% of the Adelaide Container Terminal from DP World and created Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal (FACT). Hear about how the purchase has settled and FACT’s plans for the future.

Queensland Lunch on 31st May – if you want to know anything about coal logistics be there and last but not least

20 June – Sydney Ports: The Port of Botany Journey - Realising the value of Port Assets. Sydney Ports Corporation CEO, Grant Gilfillan, will be the luncheon speaker at the next ICHCA  luncheon at the Lakes Golf Course in  Sydney.

Date(s):
15th May to 20th June 2013

Venue:
tba

Ticketing:
Members $60.00 (Includes 10% GST) - Non Members $75.00 (Includes 10% GST) Charge includes some wineCharge includes some wine

Contact for booking / more info:
Ian Lovell, Company Secretary ICHCA Australia Limited South Australia Mobile: 0400 708 182

http://www.ichca-australia.com
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