Logistics & ICT 2008, co-organised by Hannover Fairs Shanghai and Shenzhen-Tsinghua Logistics Research Centre, is to take place on 28 and 29 October at Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel, China.
The event is supported by an array of professional societies and organisations, such as China Federation of Logistics & Purchasing (CFLP) and BITKOM (German Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media). In addition, Manufacturing & Logistics IT magazine is confirmed as one of the leading media partners of the event.
Aiming to enhance communication between logistics and ICT application and among all successful companies, Logistics & ICT 2008 is one of the most influential industrial events of its kind in China. The two-day summit will convene around 250 decision-makers and market leaders from all around the world, offering an ideal platform for them to share experience and to gain valuable insight into new frontiers of Asia-Pacific logistics and ICT industry. Topics of high market concern will be discussed on the summit, such as ICT and Modern Logistics Development, Development and Application of ICT in Large Logistics Enterprises, Retail Markets Requirements on ICT Application in Logistics, New Ideas and Innovations for Logistics ICT, Better ICT Development to Lower Cost and Raise Profits, etc.
Up to now VIP speakers from world-famous giants in both logistics and ICT industry have been invited and confirmed their attendance. They would deliver speeches and share their understandings and solutions on hot issues and problems with the fast growing market operation.
Currently, the market has shown great interest in the event. A group of logistics companies and solutions providers have already completed their registration while a number of technology companies have expressed their intention to sponsor the events Summit. It is widely recognised by the clients that the earlier they join us, the higher their ROI would be.
For detailed information about conference registration and sponsorship, please contact the organising committee.