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Sydney, Australia - 12th and 13th November 2002
Conference / congress

The organisers note that INTERLOG 2002 is the only Australian conference dedicated to spare parts logistics and aftermarket service. After five years of global success in the USA, Europe and Asia, Interlog was successfully launched in Australia last year and received an overwhelming response. Maintaining the same high standard, this year’s program draws together the most innovative aftermarket and service parts logistics leaders. This event has become the annual industry meeting place for service parts logisticians – both national and international – and has been specifically designed to provide a forum for real discussion.

12th and 13th November 2002

Stamford Hotel, Sydney Airport

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