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Passenger Terminal EXPO provides the most significant opportunity for airport and airline industries to debate current issues and form business relationships on a global scale. 2012 will be the 18th international conference and exhibition for passenger terminal design, management, security and technology.Passenger Terminal EXPO 2012 over three days will bring together CEOs, senior airport and airline executives, architects, engineers, key decision makers, suppliers and buyers from all over the world to pool information and exchange ideas about the future development of the airport industry. The Passenger Terminal EXPO conference and exhibition is a world-class event that attracts over 3,500 attendees from airports, airlines, aviation authorities and related businesses, with at least 85 countries represented each year.
ITEC is Europe's largest and most established Defence Training and Simulation Conference and Exhibition. ITEC 2012 provides expert insight into the opportunities and challenges driving developments in the Defence Training, Education and Simulation industry, along with hands-on experience of new and proven solutions from world leading defence companies and smaller specialist suppliers.ITEC 2012 will be held in London. The UK is second to the US in terms of defence training spending and is ideal to play host to Europe’s annual defence training, education and simulation event.
TOC Container Supply Chain: Europe returns to Antwerp on 12-14 June 2012 to explore the most pressing issues of the day for users and providers of container logistics and transport around the globe. At the macro level, prolonged volatility in world economic and financial markets, sovereign debt and sluggish performance in the mature West plus the accelerating role of Asia and other emerging economies as drivers of global production and consumption are creating significant new dynamics for the forecasting, planning, costing and timely execution of container supply chain flows. Added to this are critical challenges and questions for the global container transport pipeline, including the systemic impact of mega-vessels, the need to address port capacity and landside infrastructure constraints around the world, ongoing fluctuations in fuel prices and freight rates, and enduring concerns over the underlying financial resilience of the world shipping industry. How to minimise downside risks, capitalise on new opportunities and safely navigate through an era of unprecedented global change and uncertainty will be a central theme of discussion at TOC Container Supply Chain: Europe 2012. One thing is certain: the need for open dialogue, improved understanding and closer collaboration across the whole container supply chain has never been more important. Bringing together cargo owners, 3PLs, carriers, port, terminal and landside logistics providers, financiers and other key players, the annual gathering - now in its 37th year - will once again provide a timely platform to explore the global outlook and debate the new strategies, skills, relationships and technologies needed to keep world container trade moving, efficiently and sustainably. An enhanced knowledge programme for 2012 will provide attendees with a high-level 2-day conference featuring the latest thinking from senior practitioners and analysts, complemented by focused seminars, workshops and debates in the expanded TOC Innovation Forum.
Welcome to the 5th annual Lab-on-a-Chip European Congress, designed to review existing and new life science applications of microfluidic technologies.This year's event will be held in the historic city of Hamburg.The conference will be part of the European Lab Automation event. Registered delegates will have access to up to ten conference tracks ensuring a very cost-effective trip.