Exhibitions / Congresses

TOC2003 Europe

Italy, Genoa - 10th, 11th and 12th June 2003
TOC2003 Europe The organisers advise that TOC Europe has firmly established its role as the industry's premier annual networking event, thanks to the winning combination of high quality conference with international expert panel, plus major exhibition of port and terminal services and technology
The TOC conference provides a platform for senior commercial and operational managers to review all aspects of modern port and terminal operations.
In addition to high-level debate of development trends, commercial challenges and new business strategies, TOC offers a unique focus on practical issues in marine terminal planning, design, operations & technology.
This multi-faceted approach draws a far wider audience, creating more educational and business opportunities for attendees both inside and outside the conference hall.
Date(s)
10th, 11th and 12th June 2003
Venue
Fiera Internazionale di Genova
Contact for booking / more info
Gemma Silvey Senior Marketing Executive Informa Maritime & Transport 69-77 Paul Street London EC2A 4LQ Tel: +44 20 7553 1697 Fax: +44 20 7553 1820 Email: gemma.silvey@informa.com
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