TOC Container Supply Chain Americas 2012

The global forum for Ports, Terminal Operators, Shipping Lines, 3PL's & BCO's will be held from 4 to 6 December in El Panama Hotel in Panama.

Monday, September 10, 2012

TOC brings together senior executives and decision makers to discuss the latest market trends, challenges and opportunities for the container shipping throughout North, Central and South America.

The main features include:

Three days of high-level conferences covering the supply chain, and port operations.

Networking with more than 300 executives and decision makers representing the entire containerized logistics chain.

NEW! TOC Cold Chain - A new conference dedicated to cold chain logistics.

Maximize your learning opportunities with 20 unique sessions on ports, transport and logistics.
Free seminars on terminal operations - Keep up with the latest innovations and technologies in operation in handling containers.

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