How logistics help increase your business profit? Find the answer in TILOG 2010 by Department of Export Promotion, Thailand

Oct 11, 2010, 17:18 ET from Department of Export Promotion

BANGKOK, Oct. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 190 leading logistics providers worldwide confirmed to exhibit in 418 exhibition booths, covering every angle of the logistics industry, including logistics products, machinery, equipment, logistics services, software and information technology, education institutes and Government State Enterprises, at the 7th International Logistics Fair 2010 (TILOG 2010), to be held on October 7-11, 2010 at Hall 101-102, BITEC Bangna, Bangkok.

Mrs. Nuntawan Sakuntanaga, Director-General of the Department of Export Promotion (DEP) Thailand, revealed that visiting TILOG 2010 will undoubtedly provide a beneficial opportunity for the entrepreneurs who want to save their logistics cost and time can seek for suitable services from professional service providers at this event, while exporters and manufacturers in logistics industry to see the innovative logistics management and technology exhibited at the show, establish trade ties and expand business cooperation.

Moreover, DEP has also invited members of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Association (FIATA), who attend the FIATA World Congress in Bangkok, to visit and join the Business Matching activities in TILOG 2010.  Currently, FIATA has more than 40,000 members of leading freight forwarding companies in 150 countries worldwide.

Mr. Suwit Ratanachinda, President of Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA), said that TILOG 2010 is expected to be an important arena for networking among logistics service provider and users across the Southeast Asia region and beyond and business matching between Thai and International entrepreneurs.

As the host of FIATA World Congress in Bangkok this year, DEP and TIFFA have prepared the memorable event for the members of FIATA during staying in Bangkok, including: the Speech by Mr. Alongkorn Ponlaboot, Deputy Minister of Commerce together with the Top Officers from the Government Sectors; the Lecture about the export management and challenge of logistics business in Thailand by top executive of DHL; and FIATA Gala Dinner with around 500-700 attendants.

Assoc. Prof. Phietoon Trivijitkasem (Ph.D.), Vice President, Thai National Shippers' Council (TNSC), talked about the highlight of TILOG 2010 that this trade event will showcase not only state-of-the-art technology in transportation and logistics, but also the Green innovation for logistics, i.e., Green Logistics, Green Packaging, and energy-saving technology.

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