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Food & Drink Logistics Show 2010
Birmingham, United Kingdom - 21st to 24th March 2010
Exhibition / trade show

The Food & Drink Logistics Show 2010 offers a unique opportunity to showcase your products and services to the key logistics and supply chain buyers from across the whole food and drink sector.
The food and drink logistics market in the UK is worth around £12bn+ a year and forms some 10% of food and drink companies' total spend. If you provide products or services to the food and drink sector, or are looking to target this market in the future, then you need to have a presence at the brand new Food & Drink Logistics Show 2010.

Visitors to our existing food and drink trade shows are planning to spend £248million on logistics in the next 12 months.

21st to 24th March 2010


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