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Logistics 2003
London - online from your office, United Kingdom - 31st march to 11 April 2003
Exhibition / trade show

A National Event organized ny the Institute of Logistics & Transport
Online Conference and Exhibition in partnership with micg Publishing and BIFA.
Use this link to enter the exhibition

Welcome to Logistics-2003. This is an online conference and exhibition highlighting key developments in the Logistics and Transportation industry.

Areas to be addressed include Supply Chain, Warehousing, Distribution and Materials Handling.

Logistics-2003 begins on the 31st of March 2003. However, you may enter the conference and exhibition now. Over the next few months authors' biographies and abstracts of their papers will become available. If you wish to receive email notification of authors as they commit please register for the conference. By registering you will also receive a copy of the conference guide delivered to your door prior to the conference.

31st march to 11 April 2003

Your office - an online exhibition and conference

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