Going Beijing: Delivery World on the 10th Chinese International Exhibition CILE 2017
In the middle of August Delivery World's representatives have paid another visit to the China Beijing International Logistics Expo. The event took place in Beijing from 17 to 19 August. CILE is held in Beijing every year and in this time established itself as one of the most prestigious logistics shows of Asia. Industry experts consider CILE as the best ground to represent the brand and their services, develop trade network, and exceptional location for cooperation development.
This year's CILE gathered over 1,000 logistics companies on over 20,000 sq m, over 80,000 visitors from around the world. The exhibition presented the whole range of logistics services and goods, and novelties displayed on the exhibition attracted great attention of the industry professionals.
CILE allowed many to display their innovative solutions, and to get familiar with the leading experience of the colleagues in transportation industry of the Eastern Asian market.
The exhibition included the following basic profiles:
Logistics and transportation;
Banking, finance, insurance, and leasing; staff training, and etc.
IT in logistics;
Technological logistics equipment;
Depots and warehousing.
Delivery World's representatives are satisfied with their visit to the show. CILE 2017 once again provided exhibitors and participants opportunity to communicate, exchange opinions about technologies, promotion, and defining development trends for logistics industry, and its environment facilitated establishment of new business liaisons and conclusion of new contracts.Back to news list
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