Intermodal Europe 2012 gears up for port debate

Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Conference sessions at Intermodal Europe 2012 in Amsterdam from 27-29 November, will include a heavy focus on ports and terminals.

The Intermodal Europe Port Debate will see spokespeople from some of the world’s largest and most influential ports discussing current and future key issues in port development and for international maritime supply chains,” says Sophie Ahmed, event director of Intermodal Europe 2012.

More than 50 free conference sessions at Intermodal Europe 2012 will present the opportunity for transport, logistics and supply chain professionals to share current industry-specific challenges and solutions from all areas of the supply chain.

For further information, to register or to exhibit, visit www.intermodal-events.com.

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