The 4th Saudi Arabia International Transportation, Materials Handling, Warehousing & Logistics Exhibition & Conference - SAUDI TRANSTEC 2013 will take place from 08 – 10 December 2013 at the Dhahran International Exhibitions Center in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The 4th International Transportation, Materials Handling, Warehousing & Logistics Exhibition and Conference, SAUDI TRANSTEC 2013, comes to the Eastern Province once again for industry leaders to share industry developments and discuss future opportunities.
SAUDI TRANSTEC 2013 provides the ideal environment for local, regional and global companies to benefit from the continued growth and focus on Saudi Arabia’s transport and logistics sector.
SAUDI TRANSTEC is the first Saudi Arabian Transport and Logistics Exhibition & Conference to be held in the Eastern Province. The event was developed to provide the Transport, Logistics, Materials Handling and Warehousing sectors in Saudi Arabia, with an exhibition and conference they can participate in and network at. Opportunities exist for companies to showcase products and services at the exhibition and present their expertise through conference presentations.
Positioned between Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific, Saudi Arabia provides the ideal hub for global transportation.
Through its major ports in both the Red Sea and Arabian Gulf the Kingdom offers strong sea transport solutions in addition to its overall strategic infrastructure system. As this potential continues to develop, Saudi Arabia is establishing itself as a key global transport and logistics hub, making it an attractive prospect for investors and the perfect location for SAUDI TRANSTEC 2013. Saudi Arabia is targeting $100 billion of investment in port, airport, rail, road and logistics center projects over the next decade, with a strategy to make the Kingdom one of the world's leading transport and logistics hubs by 2020. The Kingdom offers large-scale venture opportunities through projects including airport renovations and a number of large rail developments.