Saudi Transport and Logistics exhibition just got bigger!
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue July 26, 2011 8:22 pm

SAUDI ARABIA. SAUDI TRANSTEC is the first Saudi Arabian Transport and Logistics Exhibition & Conference to be held in the Eastern Province.

The event was developed to provide the Transport, Logistics, Materials Handling and Warehousing sectors in Saudi Arabia, with an exhibition and conference they can participate in and network at. 

Opportunities exist for companies to showcase products and services at the exhibition and present their expertise through conference presentations.

The 2nd edition of Saudi Transtec will take place from October 17 to 19, 2011 in Dammam, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,

Building on the success of last years’ Exhibition, a number of new companies have confirmed their participation and will exhibit alongside many returning companies. 

The 2011 edition will incorporate established clients such as Hala Supply Chain, Kanoo Machinery, King Fahd International Airport, International Port Services, Dammam Bonded and Re-Export Zone and Logistics Solution Services (LSS), as well as new comers which include Almajdouie, Alatas Biglift, Haji Abdullah Alireza & Co, Rashed Al Rashed, International Engineering Co, Chep.

In addition a 2 day strategic conference programme will include speakers from Saudi Aramco, DAMCO, Olayan Financing Company, Agility, Al-Futtaim Logistics, Bahrain Logistics Zone, Maersk Line, RAK Logistics and the US Saudi Arabian Business
Council.

To confirm your space and ensure you are part of the newly expanded Exhibition, contact the Organisers at exhibition@sauditranstec.com for the latest floorplan and options.

 

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