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Safety in the Intermodal Supply Chain: Promoting the IMO/ILO/UNECE Code of Practice
Brussels, Belgium - 27/02/2017
Seminar / workshop

A seminar jointly hosted by the Global Shippers Forum, ICHCA International, TT Club, and World Shipping Council, that will address the dangers posed to the supply chain by incorrectly packed and secured cargo, and how the IMO/ILO/UNECE Code of Practice and related initiatives can assist in making cargo handling and transport safer.
Seminar: 2pm - 5.30pm
Cocktail Reception: 5.30p - 7.30pm

Date(s):
27/02/2017

Time(s):
2:00pm - 7:30pm (GMT +01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Venue:
International Press Centre, Residence Palace, 155 Rue de la Loi, Brussels, B-1040 Belgium

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