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Logistics China
Guangzhou, China - 19-21 May 2008
Exhibition / trade show

Logistics China has already had 10 successful sessions and has well-known influence in the industry. It is an annual bash of the logistics industry in Asia Pacific Region and is the weatherglass of the logistics industry in Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. It has successfully positioned on China market and nearby markets in Japan and Korea. Many companies have taken this exposition as their annual routine meeting. The high profile and high level of this exposition have determined that it is the best platform for exchanging information, inducting knowledge and accumulating experience where excellent opportunities are provided for exhibitors and spectators. At the same time, those technologies determining the future development of the trade and newly introduced strategies will all be highlighted at site. Meeting most important customer groups from various industries here will assist the further development of your career. Professional Chinese spectator will have full firsthand experience in the charm of modern logistics.

19-21 May 2008

Guanzhou Jinhan Exhibition Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
Guangzhou DaWei Exhibition Co., Ltd. Add: Rm 403, No.6 Building, 153 West Road Tiyu, Tianhe, Guangzhou, 510620, China Tel: (86-20) 38808367 (Declined all telephone marketing) Fax: (86-20) 38913016 Contact person: Mr Luo Email:

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