Exhibitions / Congresses

Dangerous Goods – Transport, Handling & Storage

Australia, Melbourne - 19 & 20 October 2006
The event will provide a forum for dangerous goods stakeholders to take stock of recent changes, learn how other operators are preparing for the future and develop strategies to effectively implement new legislation.
Date(s)
19 & 20 October 2006
Venue
Rendezvous Hotel
Ticketing
Standard Price: A$2195+10%GST=$2414.50
Contact for booking / more info
registration@informa.com.au
Program
please check www.informa.com.au/dangerousgoods06

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