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Trans Pan Pacific 2003 Australia Conference and Exhibition
Melbourne, Australia - 24th and 25th November 2003
Conference / congress

The Development of Asia Pacific Trade Through Efficient Transport

Hosted by the Port of Melbourne Corporation
*    24 World-Class Conference Speakers
*    25 International Exhibitors and Event Sponsors
*    150 Conference Delegates. Superb Networking Opportunity

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24th and 25th November 2003

own Towers Melbourne

The Future Trends of Trade Patterns - Impact and Opportunities * Shipping Trends and The Total Logistics Chain * Key Role of Port Infrastructure and the Entry and Exit Point to a Nation's Trade * Trends in Logistics Operations and Intermodalism

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