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Express Logigroup at Libya Build 2013

In May this year, Express Logigroup will participate in Libya Build, the 9th international Building & Construction exhibition, organised by Atex International Exhibition Organisers.

14 March 2013, 12:00am
Competition toprovide transport and logistics services was tough, though Express Logigroup was chosen on thebasis of its outstanding logistics plan and most advantageous package with a combination of sea androad transport services.Express Logigroup will provide transport services for the exhibition, to be held between the 19th and23rd of May 2013 at Tripoli Sport City in Tripoli, Libya.

The contract for services was signed betweenMr. Maged Mahfoud, Managing Director of Atex and Mr. Jonathan Vella, CEO of Express Logigroup,a contract which is worth over a quarter of a million Euro.The 2012 Libya Build exhibition is a well-attended international event, with over 600 participantsfrom 34 different countries.

This year's event is no exception and it is to be held at Tripoli Sport Citydue to increased demand.For more information and inquiries, register on the Express Logigroup

website:www.expresslogigroup.com

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