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November 12, 2010
Cámara de comercio, Zaragoza
“The rail logistics between southern and northern Europe”
Local seminars organized by the University of Zaragoza and the Chambers of Commerce of Aragón in conjunction with other sponsors, the objective of which is to serve as a place for professionals to gather for discussion sessions and debate on transportation related topics.
D. Manuel Rodríguez Chesa Presidente Consejo Aragonés de Cámaras
D. Alfonso Vicente Barra Consejero Obras Públicas, Transporte y Urbanismo – Gobierno Aragón
Una conexion internacional Modera: Simón Casas, Dirección Gral. de Transportes, – Gobierno Aragón
Mr. Capt Wolfhard H ARLT. Managing Director, HPTI Hamburg Port Training Institute GmbH
Mr. José Ramón Obeso, President Combiberia, member of the UIRR scrl ‐ International Union of combined Road‐Rail transport companies
Engo. Eduardo Bandeira, Director adjunto Conselho de Administraçao do Porto de Sines
Alicia Rubio, Subdirectora General de Transportes de la Comunidad de Madrid
Los operadores logísticos ferroviarios Modera: Diego Artigot, Consejo Aragonés de Cámaras
D. Alejandro Huergo, Director de Marketing, Renfe Operadora
D. Guillermo Garcia Redondo, Gerente, Ibercargo Rail
D. Jesús Salas, Director General, Combiberia
Juan Manuel Martinez, Director General Eurogestion
D. Santiago Tenorio, Director de logística de Grupo SAMCA
D. Juan Ramón López Laborda, Director IDOM Zaragoza
Clausura Universidad de Zaragoza
EVENT INFO :
Start Date:November 12, 2010
End Date:November 12, 2010
Location:Cámara de comercio, Zaragoza
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