Transport New Zealand Summit & Expo will take place in Auckland, New Zealand for a period of two days. This international will offer the platform to the representatives from government and the transport industry to get familiar with the latest business and investment opportunities associated with the transport industry. By attending this expo eminent experts related to transport industry can gather useful information and can also gain an in depth knowledge associated with this sector. Transport New Zealand Summit & Expo will give an opportunity to the rail, road, sea and air freight operators, and passenger transport networks, infrastructure managers to come together and network and communicate with each other. The interaction and communication between these operators and managers will give rise to new ideas.
Health And Safety at Carcamnz Ltd
Auckland, New Zealand
Marketing Manager at Gnat Eraba
Director at H2h Trading & Services Ltd
Auckland, New Zealand
Recruitment Consultant at Madison Recruitment
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Manager at Wuta (west Ukrainian Travel Association)
|Early registration fee (before cob Friday 1st May 2015)||$ 1029|
|Standard registration fee (before cob Wednesday 21st May 2015)||$ 1144|
|Late registration fee (after cob Wednesday 21st May 2015)||$ 1374|
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The exhibitors of Transport New Zealand Summit & Expo will include managing critical freight and public transport networks and infrastructure, rail, road, sea and air freight operators, passenger transport networks, infrastructure managers, ports, aviation, industry associations, freight networks, freight and passenger transport plan, transport industry collaboration, comparing and contrasting economic benefits of rail and road freight, smart transport for smart cities, role and development of ports and sea shipping in meeting demands, transport operators, freight transport, new transport projects, international developments, developing integrated urban passenger transport networks, passenger transport networks, infrastructure funding and management, sea aviation, potential and practicalities of road tolling, urban traffic congestion, vehicle use and emissions.