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CLN's meeting logs on to business solutions

May 19 - Combined Logistics Networks (CLN) members will have the opportunity to learn more about how to maximise new technologies within their marketing and branding strategies during their annual meeting in Bangkok from May 25-30, 2010.

CLN chief executive officer, Christian Raeuber, said technology and strategy experts had been included as guest speakers to provide up-to-date briefings on new and emerging technologies that could be adapted by independent freight forwarders.

"Corporate website design and software applications are playing a critical role in marketing and branding strategies and those working within the supply chain need to keep abreast of these initiatives and their application in unlocking new business opportunities," Raeuber said.

Online registration is available at www.combinedlogisticsnetworks.com/bangkokmeeting/registration.asp

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