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TOC2005 Asia
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - 15th to 17th March 2005
Conference / congress

TOC2005 Asia, the Terminal Operations Conference and Exhibition for Asia, is the definitive meeting place for the world's shipping, port and terminals industries. Following on from another highly acclaimed meeting last year in Singapore, this years event will take place in Hong Kong from 15-17 March 2005, a favoured location for the event due to its excellent strategic location and access to mainland China and Asia.

Last year TOC2004 Asia attracted over1150 participants to the exhibition and conference, with the exhibition showcasing over 50 international port and terminal service providers, suppliers and operators.

This year TOC Asia will build upon this success and the events established history to deliver yet another unequivocal business opportunity for your industry.

TOC2005 Asia Conference
The TOC Asia conference runs in parallel to the exhibition and attracts top tier management and directors from the leading Asian and international port providers to share their experience and expertise. The conference will present and debate the global and immediate issues surrounding terminal operations as well as addressing the latest technological developments.

15th to 17th March 2005

Convention & Exhibition Centre

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