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Trans Middle East 2004
Cairo, Egypt - 22nd and 23rd September 2004
Exhibition / trade show

The Framework of Shipping – The Shape Of Things To Come
Trends In Economic Development And Trading Patterns – Latest Development,
Opportunities and Challenges
Ports Embracing The Future Shipping Trends - Challenges And Forecast
Value Creation Processes – Enhancing Ports Efficiency
Achieving An Efficient And Cost Effective Logistics And Supply Chain
Intermodalism – Transport System Integration - Responding To Market Needs
Latest Trends And Technology In Container Operations
Container Shipping Boom – New Challenges – Special Feature and Focus on
Fundamental Issues Concerning Port Operations and Shipping
250 Conference Delegates, Exhibitors and Event Sponsors

For more info see

22nd and 23rd September 2004

Conrad Cairo

Contact for booking / more info:
Transport Events Management Tel: 60 3 8023 5352 Fax: 60 3 8023 3963 Email:

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