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CILF 2013
Shenzen, China - 14th to 16th October 2013
Exhibition / trade show

CILF2012, was held on Oct. 15-17, 2012. Reported as a great success with a total exhibiting area of 50,000 Sqm, more than 1200 exhibiting companies from more than 30 countries and regions and 80000 visitors (person/times) from more than 60 counstries and regions.

The 8th China (Shenzhen) International Logistics and Transportation Fair will have about 60, 000 sq. m. exhibiting
area, expected 80, 000 professional visitors, 10 professional forums and 6 match-making
meetings.

Visit http://www.chinaexhibition.com/Official_Site/11-2926-CILF_2013_-_China_(Shenzhen)_International_Logistics_and_Transportation_Fair_2013.html

Date(s):
14th to 16th October 2013

Venue:
Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center

Contact for booking / more info:
E-mail: abby_scm@yahoo.cn scm002@scmfair.com
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