Exhibitions / Congresses

3rd Thai Ports & Shipping 2005

Thailand, Bangkok - 24th & 25th November 2005
3rd Thai Ports & Shipping 2005 Hosted by Port Authority of Thailand.
The event - now in its 3rd successful biennial year - will be a gathering of 350 senior executive decision makers from Asia's leading shippers/cargo owners, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, importers/exporters, port authorities, terminal operating companies, railway operating companies, haulage companies, container terminal equipment, IT, logistics and services suppliers.

This event is today the largest biennial Container Ports and Terminal Operations Exhibition and Conference to take place in Thailand every 2 years.
There will be a 2 days Exhibition of 45 international shipping lines, container ports, container terminal equipment, Information Technology, logistics and services suppliers and sponsors taking place next to the Conference.
A 2 day concurrent Conference will comprise 28 world-class experts in global and regional container transportation and logistics focusing on transportation and logistics in an era of globalisation and the liberalisation of international trade with the removal of trade barriers and tariffs under WTO and AFTA.
This biennial international transportation and logistics Exhibition and Conference is already substantially larger than the 2nd Thai Ports and Shipping 2003 Exhibition and is an essential strategic commercial marketing opportunity for your company to enhance your company's branding, products and services' awareness in the ASEAN countries.
Date(s)
24th & 25th November 2005
Venue
Imperial Queen's Park Hotel
Contact for booking / more info
Transport Events Management Tel: 60 3 8023 5352 Fax: 60 3 8023 3963 Email: info@transportevents.com

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