China Shippers' Summit, September 2013, Invites Speakers

Press Release
Monday, June 17, 2013

The call for Mandarin and English submissions to present talks for the Intermodal China 2013 - Shippers' Summit is now open until July 12, 2013.

Organized by UBM China, Intermodal China - Shippers' Summit will be held at Sheraton Hongkou Hotel, Shanghai, China from September 24 to 25, 2013.

Submissions will be accepted until July 12 for papers on Intermodal Transport Solutions, Trends & Developments in Logistics, Trade Environment & Transport Regulations in International Market (South America, Russia, Central Asia, Europe and U.S.). The conference will be delivered in the forms of keynote speech, panel discussion, case study and summit dialogue.

At the conference there will be the opportunity to learn the latest news, developments, solutions and case studies from BNSF Railway, MAERSK LINE, Drewry, port authorities from Europe, U.S. & China, world leading freight forwarders and 3PL companies.

Registration for Intermodal China 2013 is open. For more information on the event, visit www.intermodal-china.com
 


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