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ShippingTech Summit 2008
Tianjin, China - 23-24 April 2008
Conference / congress

Tianjin is one of the most modern cities in China and it has developed into an efficient international logistics centre, where large scale storage and transhipment of goods go hand in hand with advanced industrial processing.

ShippingTech Summit 2008 will help you to find out in-depth information about shipbuilding, shipping management, green shipping and understand its impact and importance on global shipping industry as well as the challenges it faces for growth and the future.

23-24 April 2008


Contact for booking / more info:
For endorsers, sponsorship & exhibition opportunities and delegate registration, please contact: Jerry Lu Call: +86 21 5236 0030 ext 884 Fax: +86 21 5236 0029 E-Mail: For marketing & press relations, please contact: Grace Jiang Call: +86 21 5236 0030 ext 821 Fax: +86 21 5236 0029 E-Mail:

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