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e-Commerce Logistics Show
Thailand, Thailand - 27-29 April 2017
Exhibition / trade show

e-Commerce Logistics Show co-located with Asia Warehousing Show will provide platform to accelerate seamless e-Commerce by enabling local and global e-Commerce, logistics and retailers companies to connect, explore business opportunities and knowledge exchange.

Taking place from 27-29 April 2017 at BITEC, Bangkok, e-commerce Logistics Show aims to bring fulfillment & logistics players under one roof.

Professional from Manufacturing, import / export trading, B2B/B2C/C2C e-commerce, retailers, hospitality, FMCG etc. are going to visit the event

27-29 April 2017

BITEC, Hall No. 107
88 Bangna-Trad Road (Km.1)
Bangna, Bangkok 10260, Thailand

Contact for booking / more info:
Prashant Narain
M : +66-617361478 send an email

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