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ICHCA - Australia-Asia Cargo Logistics Conference
Darwin, Australia - 4th & 5th plus industry tour 6th August 2010
Conference / congress

Conference is focused on Australia-Asia cargo connections - with emphasis on the Oil, Gas and Mining sectors and movement of Bulk, Break Bulk and Heavy Lift cargo by land, sea or air. It provides
opportunity for valuable discussion on ways to meet supply
chain challenges - particularly in servicing remote areas in
Australia and Asia in the context of Asia’s demand for
Australia’s energy and minerals.

This Conference is not only good in terms of topics and speakers but also highly affordable thanks to our sponsors.
For further information on the program or conference arrangements
please contact Ian Lovell, Conference Coordinator on
0400 708 183 or e-mail ian.lovell@bigpond.com

Date(s):
4th & 5th plus industry tour 6th August 2010

Venue:
Darwin Convention Centre,

Ticketing:
ICHCA Member – Early Bird $ 440 + GST ICHCA Member – After Early Bird $ 490 + GST Non ICHCA Member – Early Bird $ 550 + GST Non-ICHCA Member – After Early Bird $ 610 + GST Early Bird Offer Closes 15th June 2010

Contact for booking / more info:
To Book to attend the Conference Contact Kevin or Jo English on 08 8295 6446 or e-mail kjenglish@adam.com.au Or mail to K English, PO Box 1110, Glenelg South, SA 5045
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