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ICHCA International - Dangerous Goods Seminar
London, United Kingdom - 6th March 2017
Seminar / workshop

ICHCA's latest practical seminar dedicated to the subject of dangerous goods will take place at the TT Club offices in London. If you are interested in speaking or being a sponsor, please get in touch.

The seminar will be followed by the 77th meeting of the ISP - ICHCA's Technical Panel, which takes place on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 March 2017 at the Britannia P&I offices. Members of the panel and observers are invited to attend.

More information will be available soon.

Date(s):
6th March 2017

Venue:
TT Club

Contact for booking / more info:
Helen Coffey
+44 (0)20 3327 7560
send an email

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