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RORO 2012
Gothenburg, Sweden - 22-24 May
Exhibition / trade show

RORO is the only dedicated event for the Roll On Roll Off Industry

For more than 30 years, RORO exhibition and conference has been the meeting place of the industry. In 2012, the event returns to Gothenburg, when professionals from over 50 countries will gather to discuss and discover the latest roll on / roll off solutions.

Conference free for the first time ever!

New for 2012 – the renowned RORO Conference will take place on the exhibition floor in two purpose build theatres. Over the three days, this high level conference will attract international experts and business leaders to debate the issues facing the industry.

Co-located with Logistik & Transport

RORO 2012 will be co-located with Logistik & Transport, Scandinavia's leading logistics and transport exhibition and conference.

22-24 May

The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre

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