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DITP Aims to Strengthen ASEAN’s Logistics Entrepreneurs’ Network via ‘TILOG 2014’

Thailand’s Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) in collaboration with public-private sectors is to organise the 11th Thailand International Logistics Fair 2014 (TILOG 2014) in a bid to showcase Thailand’s logistics capabilities.

The event will take place from September 24-27 at Building 101-102, Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC), Bangna, and is expected to encourage networking between entrepreneurs and logistics professionals, DITP said.

As the leading trade fair for logistics in the region, TILOG 2014 will showcase innovations and effective logistical solutions which help entrepreneurs reduce operation costs effectively and allow businesses to gain competitive advantages to stay ahead of the competition as a result of ASEAN trade liberalization, DITP said.

Nantawan Sakuntanaga, director-general of DITP, Ministry of Commerce, said: “This fair is one of the key strategies to develop capabilities of logistics services in Thailand and to present local logistics efficiency, as well as to showcase innovative technologies and solutions from the industry to local and international entrepreneurs.”

She said TILOG 2014 has established itself as a leading networking platform for all logistics sectors in ASEAN+6 countries.

“TILOG 2014 is an excellent opportunity for all business owners to find the right products, services, technologies and innovations to maximise efficiency within business operations and to gain competitiveness. It is an important bridge for local and overseas enterprises to cross national boundaries and expand businesses to international market,” said Nantawan.

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