Exhibitions / Congresses

5th Intermodal Asia 2012

Australia, Melbourne - 9th & 10th February 2012
Hosted by The Port of Melbourne

Intermodal Asia is one of the largest Container Ports, Shipping and Logistics Exhibition and Conference trade events throughout the Asia Pacific region.

We are proud to announce that the Port of Melbourne Corporation is hosting this market leading event scheduled to take place at the luxurious 5 star InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto on Thursday 9 and Friday 10 February 2012.

The 5th Intermodal Asia 2012 will comprise a world-class Trade Exhibition and Conference Programme. The Conference Programme will feature 30 world class speakers in global logistics and transport and will be attended by more than 300 senior executive decision makers from the world's leading container ports, shippers, cargo owners, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, terminal operators, railway operators and port-rail equipment services suppliers.

There will be a concurrent two days Trade Exhibition of 30 international exhibition booths providing a valuable opportunity for companies to market products and services at this prestigious trade event taking place this year in Australia.

This Container Ports, Shipping and Logistics Exhibition and Conference is designed to promote transport in the Asia Pacific region and your participation and support in making this industry event a success this year in Melbourne will be much appreciated and good for the maritime industry.

We look forward to receiving your delegate registrations for the 5th Intermodal Asia 2012 taking place on Thursday 9 and Friday 10 February 2012 at your earliest convenience.
Date(s)
9th & 10th February 2012
Venue
Intercontinental Melbourne The Rialto

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