Date: 12 -14 October 2011
Venue: Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center
Organized by: Shenzhen Logistics and Supply Chain Management Association
China (Shenzhen) International Logistics and Transportation Fair 2010, the former China (Shenzhen) International Logistics Fair (CILF), with an exhibiting area of 40,000 Sqm and 75,000 expected professional visitors, aims at providing an open platform for Chinese and foreign companies to communicate and cooperate.
CILF 2009 had a total exhibition area of 30,000 square meters, nearly 500 exhibitors from more than 20 domestic provinces and cities and over 30 countries and regions while professional visitors totaled over 67,500. It also held 10 professional forums of three kinds including summit forums, cooperation forums and theme forums as well as 3 procurement meetings which exemplified the efficiency of CILF. Around the theme of develop Green Logistics, Motivate Industry Upgrade?and aimed at Professional, International, Unique Brand, and Practical? CILF has built a professional, effective and reliable exchange platform for domestic and international logistics, transportation and relative industries, and further promoted the cooperation among logistics industry, manufacturing industry and commerce, trade & circulation industry in China and abroad.
In 2010, the 5th China (Shenzhen) International Logistics and Transportation Fair (CILF) will be held on October 15-17, 2010 in Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, with over 75,000 professional visitors, 10 professional forums and 5 match-meetings. CILF has created good brand effect and is one of the best in Asia in terms of exhibition area, the quality of exhibitors, the number of professional visitors, media publicity, exhibition effect, comprehensive cooperation, and the organizing of high-quality accompanying programs and seminars. It gains wide and high recognition by the exhibitors and visitors and becomes a new star in Asia logistics exhibition industry. It is the best communication and operation platform in the 21st century to introduce China's logistics to the world and bring in the world's logistics to the Chinese market.