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UKWA Annual Luncheon and Annual Awards for Warehousing 2008 Ceremony
London, United Kingdom - 2 July 2008
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The UKWA Annual Luncheon is regarded by many as one of the most enjoyable events in the third party logistics industry’s annual calendar and represents an excellent opportunity to network with some of the most influential figures in the logistics and materials handling industry.

With  Bob “the Cat” Bevan – a  highly popular speaker who features in the Mail on Sunday After Dinner Speakers Hall of Fame – recently confirmed as guest speaker, this year’s event is expected to attract some 400 UKWA members and their guests together with suppliers to the third party logistics sector.

2 July 2008

Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London

£90, tables of 10: £850

Contact for booking / more info:
UKWA Contact: Roger Williams, Chief Executive, UKWA Tel: 0207 836 5522 Email: UKWA Media Contact: Lloyd Arkill Arkill Matthews Ltd Tel: 01923 777897 or 07903 809127 Email: info@am–

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