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Fabricant de plates-formes de chargement des soutes d'avion

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/1st African Ground Handling International Conference – Johannesburg 17-18 June 2014

The continent of Africa is home to around one billion people and, unsurprisingly, the aviation industry is a growing business. Consequently, the need for safer, more cost efficient passenger and cargo handling has never been more apparent.

With top industry speakers, a chance to meet your suppliers and over 50 airline customers who are invited to attend, make sure you are part of this launch event! GHI conferences are known throughout the industry as must attend events
where real business can be done, a chance for you to meet your suppliers and ground handlers and to see top industry speakers.

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/16th Annual Ground Handling International Conference – Gothenburg 10-13 November 2014

This year Ground Handling International is taking its annual conference to Gothenburg in Sweden to the Gothia Towers hotel which is equipped with a state-of-the-art conference facility. The conference itself will run from 10-13 November and will comprise all the elements that have made it the undisputed, number one handling event in the aviation calendar.

The 2014 event is expected to attract around 700 delegates who will benefit from the unprecedented networking opportunities this leading industry event presents an opportunity to have arranged for you your individual one-to-one meetings in private meeting rooms throughout the duration of the event – over 2,500 such meetings were organised last year! Running concurrently to the one-to-one meetings is the opportunity to attend the conference sessions to listen to top level presentations from leading industry speakers, sit in on panel discussions regarding issues that affect the day to day running of your operation and the chance to visit and interact with over 40 key industry suppliers in the networking and exhibition area during the event.

Germany Ziegler project completed the handover ceremony

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