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Trade Show Kicks Off in Sao Paulo
Intermodal claims 'biggest, best' Logistics show in americas
Antonio Carlos Rix (carlosrix)     Print Article 
Published 2010-04-15 15:59 (KST)   
Sao Paulo, Brazil, hosted the 16th annual Intermodal South America Expo last week in what is the largest logistic and trade show in Brazil and Americas. This year's Intermodal South America Expo held 490 exhibits and more than 45,000 attended. Attending the expo were business representatives from over 45 countries.

Event organizers were proud to announce that 40 new companies held exhibits at Intermodal for the first time and that, for them, heralded a success. Conferences held during the event covered a wide range of topics including air cargo, maritime, rail and road transport segments, foreign trade and services.

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To me, the figures above are a clear reflection of the vitality of Brazil쨈s economy. Some of the major areas of industry that were showcased at Intermodal this year included transport and logistics services, as well as international trade services, IT and security, and port and terminal equipment and technology.

Below are some business representatives who speak about their involvement with Intermodal South America:

The president of Sao Paulo쨈s Port, Jose Eduardo Serra, gave us an interview about the development of the most important port of Brazil and Latin America, the Santos Port:

Now, to finish, follow me as in a walk around the show:

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