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ICHCA International Conference 2016
Barcelona, Spain - February 29th to March 2nd
Conference / congress

Bigger Ships, Greater Challenges

The theme of the 2016 ICHCA International Conference will be 'Bigger Ships, Greater Challenges', with two packed days of conference sessions built around a central question:

how do stakeholders along the cargo chain maintain - and indeed, improve - safety, security & operational efficiency at a time of rapidly escalating ship sizes and greater concentrations of cargo, both at sea and on land?



Date(s):
February 29th to March 2nd

Venue:
World Trade Center, Barcelona, Spain

Contact for booking / more info:
helen.coffey@ichca.com

http://www.etouches.com/ichcaconference
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