[photopress:logistics1_1.jpg,full,alignright]This is an unabashed plug. Nothing wrong with that. The third Transport Logistic China (the organizers want it all in trendy lower case which looks damn silly) , taking place in Shanghai from 17 to 19 June 2008, will be 50% bigger than the last event in 2006. (Mark you, by not saying how big the one in 2006 was this can mean anything.
In fact, the International Exhibition for Logistics, Telematics and Transportation will be taking up 15,000 square meters of space at the Shanghai New International Exhibition Center which is quite a lot of space. I make it about sixty tennis courts in size but maths was never my strong point.
Since its premiere in 2004 transport logistic China has been constantly expanding. In 2006 it occupied one exhibition hall (10,000 square meters), now it takes up one and a half halls at the SNIEC.
[photopress:logistics_2.jpg,full,alignleft]This growth is going hand in hand with a broadening of the international scope of the trade fair — so far 350 exhibitors from 41 countries have registered to take part. By comparison, at the previous event in 2006 there was a total of 302 exhibitors from 33 countries.
This means not only more participating countries and more space in 2008, but also a 16% increase in exhibitor numbers.
Following the successful premiere of the German Pavilion in 2006, there will once again be a joint German participation in 2008, this time covering over 500 square meters. Plus the Czech Republic, the Italian regions of Friaul and Veneto, The Netherlands and Belgium, Spain and Russia . And, also for the first time, the Container Owners Association (COA) and the International Tank Container Organization (ITCO) are teaming up to organise a joint stand of exhibitors – this is where container owners, depot managers, maintenance and security firms and international service suppliers will be presenting their innovations for safer and more cost-effective container operations.
Air Cargo China will be there at what will be the largest international showcase for the air cargo business in Asia. 50 of the world´s leading airlines and airports will take up 3,000 square metres of space. Having attended many of these showes make sure you wear comfortable shoes and a rucksack to carry all the printed brochures that will be thrust in your hand.
Source: Open PR
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