Logistics experts meet at Saudi Transtec
Riyadh, November 12, 2012
International and regional logistics leaders came together yesterday in Riyadh to share industry developments and discuss future opportunities at the third Saudi Transtec Exhibition & Conference in Dammam.
Officially supported by the Ministry of Transportation as well as a number of the key international associations, Saudi Transtec 2012 will provide a global level of service to sector leaders. The event is co-organised by International Exhibition Services (IES) and the Dhahran International Exhibitions Centre.
Dr Jubarah bin Eid Al-Suraiseri, Minister of Transport, Ministry of Transport for Saudi Arabia officially opened the event.
Continued international interest and recognition of the Kingdom as a major investment destination is stimulating both demand and supply of consumer and industrial products, creating the need for a sophisticated logistical infrastructure.
“The exhibition and conference offer the perfect environment and opportunity for local, regional and international companies to take advantage of accelerated growth in these key sectors,” said IES.
“As the sole event in the Eastern Province dedicated to transportation, logistics, warehousing and materials handling, Saudi Transtec provides the essential platform for key industry professionals, specialists and decision-makers from across the Gulf region and beyond to meet, network, learn and strengthen relationships,” it added.
The conference also brings together a broad panel of international industry speakers.
Saudi Transtec 2012 is running from November 11 to 13 at Dhahran International Exhibitions Centre. – TradeArabia News Service
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