Millennium Conferences International has pleasure in announcing the 5th International PORT & TERMINAL TECHNOLOGY Conference & Exhibition, scheduled to take place 16 & 17 October 2008 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. We are committed to delivery an event of the highest calibre not only in-depth and informative, but stimulating and enjoyable. Now in its fifth year, this established event is specially designed for those involved in the development and operation of container port and terminal facilities. Struggling to keep up with new trends and technology? Want to successfully develop your container port and/or terminal? Want to meet suppliers of cargo handling equipment? Want to share your concerns and thoughts with like-minded people? Make your concerns a thing of the past - Port & Terminal Technology 2008 will bring you the latest in container operations in ports and terminals around the world! Who will attend? Representatives from engineering, maintenance, operations, construction, consultancy, dredging... What topics will be covered? The 2 day conference programme will deliver a wide and diverse number of sessions on topics and issues affecting ports & terminals globally. Including port automation, port & terminal planning, efficiency in cargo handling, increasing capacity & productivity, quay design & maintenance, visions of the future and much more... Want a conference prospectus and more information? For details on previous participants, exhibitors, sponsorship and full event information email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org With the Maasvlakte II Project approved by the Dutch Government, one of the biggest port construction projects in Europe, the event will be an excellent opportunity to highlight your company.
Organizer : Millennium Conferences International"Dedicated to networking your industry" Since its inception in 1995, Millennium Conferences International has established itself in different markets of which the Port and Transport Industry has been the most important. Millennium Conferences International has four main divisions: Public Relations, Media, Publishing and Conferences & Exhibitions which is at the core of the company’s activities. Millennium Conferences International works closely with major trade associations and government bodies in all its client markets and obtains key government and ministerial support, both locally and internationally, for all its events. Each event explores the current trade and economic issues surrounding the specific market. Due to a flexible and innovative approach we can offer co-operation and collaboration on seminars, conferences and exhibitions for third parties. We are in a position to organise events completely, from initial conference topics - in consultation with the client - through to the final conference programme, design and printing of brochures, advertising and public relations. All the work - including all publishing activities - is kept in-house which means that the costs are kept to a minimum. In 2005, Millennium Conferences International was incorporated in the MCI Media Group of Companies. Although the 'face' of the company has not changed the structure of the company is not so that it can offer a wide range of services. By diversifying its activities, MCI Media is able to comply with the wishes of their increasing list of clients. Offering a more flexible approach and better customer service, we can offer an all-round package that comprises Public Relations, Media and Publishing. With its headquarters in Maidenhead (United Kingdom), Millennium Conferences International has associated offices in Amsterdam (The Netherlands)..
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