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Bulk Terminal Operations Conference & Exhibition 2003
Antwerp, Belgium - 25th and 26th March 2003
Conference / congress

The organisers state that this event will be hosted by one of Europes leading dry bulk ports - Antwerp, at the Stuurboord Events Centre, in the heart of the city's busy harbour district. This event will be the definitive meeting place for all companies involved in the dry bulk industry. These will include;
Port and Terminals
Shipowners / Operators / Ships Agents
Equipment Manufacturers / Engineering Consultants
Stevedores / Freight Forwarders
Inspection Services
Primary Producers / Consumers / Power utilities
Enabling you to provide the best possible platform to promoting your
company's services and expertise,

25th and 26th March 2003

Stuurboord Events Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
The Great Barn, Smithbrook Barns, anleigh, Surrey UK, GU6 8LH Telephone +44 1483 542 790 Fax +44 1483 542 799 email:

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