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ARA and Lloyd's List DCN AusIntermodal 2011
Sydney, Australia - 7th & 8th November 2011
Conference / congress

Now in its 11th year, AusIntermodal 2011 will explore the planning, performance and efficiency of the nation’s freight network.

Freight intermodalism is critical to productivity and with a focus on streamlining transport interfaces to ensure efficiency across the freight transport chain. AusIntermodal 2011 will provide a state by state, national and international update on transport projects, regulation, investment and technological initiatives. Bringing together key figures from the freight industry, AusIntermodal 2011 will connect government officials, transport operators and users with logistics providers and freight forwarders to explore Australia’s terminal network.

7th & 8th November 2011

Harbour Marriott, Circular Quay

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