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Last chance to join China trade visit

SCLAA Trade Visit to China, Port of Guangzhou SCLAA China

There’s only four days left to register for the SCLAA Trade Visit to China, taking place from 30 July to 10 August 2019.
The Australia-China Supply Chain & Logistics Alliance was set up by Australian International Trade Association (AITA)and the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) on 23 November 2018. The alliance aims to promote cooperation in supply chain & logistics between Australia and China by providing a series of services including exhibition, conference, forum, training program.
The Supply Chain & Logistic Association Australia’s Trade Visit is a special event for Australia-China Supply Chain & Logistics Alliance, where you will participate in the following activities:

  • Belt & Road Australia China Logistic and Supply Chain Alliance 2019 welcoming dinner, China-Australia & NZ Trade Forum & Networking Dinner, Beijing.
  • AU & NZ Quality Export Base Promotion & Matching Forums in Beijing, Tianjin and other locations.
  • Belt and Road Economic and Trade Cooperation Summit.
  • Xining City Development & Investment Fair in Xining, Qinghai.

These are annual events in China in the sector of supply chain and logistics, especially organised by SCLAA and AITA to provide a unique opportunity for the alliance members to further engage with the China supply chain & logistics industry, from business groups to governments and NGO. It also provides a chance for those leading enterprises to display, promote and integrate with the China market.

  • Meet the key governments, NGO and companies (including ports site visit) in each location.
  • Visit the Australian and NZ embassies and other related organisations.
  • Business networking and matchmaking in the Forum & Networking Dinner in Beijing and other forums in various locations.
  • Visit three port cities in China.

Download all information and a copy of the itinerary here.
 

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