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Klaipeda Seaport at exhibition in Kazakhstan

Klaipeda Seaport was being represented at exhibition "TransKazachstan. TransLogistic 2018" and conference "Transport and Logistic Markets" organized in September 18-20 of the current year  in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan Republic.

It is an international event that opens new possibilities for companies to present themselves and to consolidate their position in Kazakhstan transport market, to disseminate information about their services to vast number of potential clients of customs union.

Klaipeda State Seaport Authority participated in this exhibition with a 40 square metres stand jointly with  SC "Lithuanian Railways", JSC "Autoverslas" and such seaport companies as JSC "TLSC", JSC "VPA Logistics", JSC "Baltic Shipping".


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