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PPI's Transport Symposium 15
Vancouver, Canada - 6th to 8th October 2003
Exhibition / trade show

PPI's Transport Symposium is the largest international meeting for the world's forest products shipping business. It is exclusively dedicated to the shipping, handling and transport of forest products. The last event in Gothenburg, Sweden in October 2001 attracted 103 Exhibiting companies and 720 Conference Delegates from 32 countries around the world.

Alongside the TS15 Conference, Paperloop is also organising a special Exhibition featuring suppliers of machinery, equipment, services and supplies for the shipping, handling and transport of forest products. The Exhibition will be held in the Exhibition Halls at the Westin Bayshore Hotel, where coffee breaks, lunches and Paperloop's Get-Together Cocktail Reception will also take place.

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6th to 8th October 2003

see programme at (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

Need to check for presentations & panel discussions locations. Also at Exhibition Halls at the Westin Bayshore Hotel

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