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TOC Asia 2008
Shanghai, China - 18-20 March 2008
Exhibition / trade show

Shanghai is projected to become the world’s busiest container port within the next two years. There couldn’t be a better time to come and witness, at first hand, the extraordinary story behind this enormous city and its hugely important maritime sector.

SIPG -  Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd is the primary sponsor of this year's event and its Chairman, Lu Haihu, stated  'We are delighted that TOC Asia 2008 is to be held in the great maritime city of Shanghai. We look forward to welcoming visitors from around the world to the event'

Date(s):
18-20 March 2008

Venue:
Shanghai International Convention Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
www.tocevents-asia.com
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