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India Warehousing Show 2015
New Delhi, India - 1st to 3rd July 2015
Exhibition / trade show

India Warehousing Show is an established exhibition & conference for logistics and supply chain professionals taking place every year at New Delhi, India. Running in its 5th edition, the show is an ideal destination for businesses targeting growing markets of India and south Asia. IWS brings together most advanced technologies and solutions dedicated to the transport and logistics sector for the booming Indian market. Attended by thousands of buyers from user segments like manufacturing, services and distribution - IWS promises to deliver significant return on investment and make your participation a success!

1st to 3rd July 2015

10.00 A.M (GMT +05:30) Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, New Delhi

Pragati Maidan


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