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9th Trans Middle East 2013 Exhibition and Conference
Beirut, Lebanon - 29th & 30th May 2013
Conference / congress

Trans Middle East is one of the biggest annual container ports, shipping and transport logistics B2B exhibition and conference events in The Middle East.

The 9th Trans Middle East 2013 Exhibition and Conference will take place for the first time in the dynamic emerging market of the Lebanon at the luxurious 5 star Phoenicia Intercontinental Hotel, Beirut attracting 500 decision makers from port authorities; terminal operating companies; shipping lines and logistics companies throughout The Middle East region.

The event is honoured to be hosted by the Ministry of Public Works & Transport.

A two days Exhibition of more than 80 international companies will provide an ideal marketing platform to promote your products and services.

A concurrent two days Conference will feature 30 world-class senior executive level speakers highlighting latest issues effecting the development of cargo shipping and transport logistics throughout The Middle East region as well as latest developments in cargo shipping; direct connections to main and feeder air and sea ports worldwide and the application of rail and road as part of the intermodal logistics chain.

29th & 30th May 2013

Wednesday 29 May 9am - 5pm Thursday 30 May 9am - 3 30pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel, Beirut, Lebanon

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