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Global Freight Logistics Conference & Exhibition
West Beach, Australia - 10-11th October 2007
Conference / congress

The International Cargo Handling Coordination Association and the SA Freight Council in partnership with the Department of Trade and Economic Development’s, Centre for Innovation invite you to attend this National Conference and Exhibition, focused on how freight is changing and what is driving it to 2020 and beyond, covering:

• Shipping, Ports and Stevedoring
• Air cargo, Airports and International Freight Forwarding Logistics
• Land Transport – road, rail and inter-modals
• Logistics for Wine, Seafood, Mining & Defence
• Government Policy

We welcome support from the following sponsors and exhibitors:

Adelaide Airport Ltd, Flinders Ports,
ABB Grain, Schenker, NT Government / Port of Darwin, DP World, Hamburg Sud, Maunsell Aecom,
PCQ, Strang, Australian airExpress, Peter Lehmann Wines, Genesee & Wyoming, SARTA, Clean Seas,
Clark Equipment, Transport Training Centre, Sud Chemie, Asiaworld Shipping & Nordiko.

10-11th October 2007

Shores Complex, Hamra Ave, West Beach, South Australia


ICHCA members 2-day registration (includes dinner) $440 Non-members 2-day registration (includes dinner) $605 Dinner only ICHCA Member $137 non-members $192 One day only (dinner not included) $302

Contact for booking / more info:
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