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TOC Container Supply Chain: Middle East 2012
Dubai, United Arab Emirates - 1st to 3rd October
Exhibition / trade show

TOC Middle East, the port-centric container supply chain event for Middle East, is the definitive meeting place for the world's shipping, port and terminals industries

Exhibit to meet delegates and visitors from the Middle East's ports and terminal community from the following sectors:
- Terminal Operators  Port Authorities
- Inland Terminal Operators  Ocean Carriers
- Shippers  Ship Owners & Operators
- Shipping Lines Stevedores
- Freight Forwarders Logistics

TOC Container Supply Chain is your conference with a fresh networking format that brings together beneficial cargo owners, shipping lines and ports to debate best practice and collaboration.
Learn, Network, Debate

1st to 3rd October

Sheik Rashid Hall DWTC Dubai

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