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Freight Summit delivers one-stop solutions shop

March 17 - This year's Freight Summit in Macao from September 21-26 aims to be a one-stop solutions provider for independent freight forwarders from around the world, says the organiser.

Hong Kong-based RWSolutions has expanded the programme from last year's successful event to include a diverse range of exhibitors to offer attendees ready access to products and services specifically designed to meet the needs of freight forwarders.

Summit spokesperson Christian Raeuber said the event was open to all freight forwarders and trade representatives without the need for membership of industry alliances or partnerships.

"The Freight Summit offers a very cost-effective investment to network and discuss individual needs with service providers without being tied to specific international networks and their in-house activities that are restricted to members only," Mr Raeuber said.

For further information visit www.thefreightsummit.com

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