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SITL India 2012
Mumbai, India - 23 - 25 February, 2012
Exhibition / trade show

The very first India focused industry event that covers the entire value chain of the transport and logistics industry. The launch edition of SITL aims to become the industry platform and annual meeting place for anyone with an interest in the Indian transport and logistics market.

SITL India will help foster dialogue between global players with access to cutting edge technology; know how, processes and systems and Indian companies looking to replicate their success. The three day event will target quality visitors, senior managers from across the country looking for the latest innovations and solutions from a broad range of industry segments and with real projects to implement while the SITL India Conference cover important subjects like cold chain, warehousing and supply chain management.

23 - 25 February, 2012

Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai

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