Details of Myanmar Transport and Logistics Summit

4 February 2013
MTL (Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit) | 13-14 May 2013, Yangon
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Endorsed & Supported by

Ministry of Transport, Myanmar


Keynote Opening Address by:


H.E U Nyan Htun Aung,

Union Minister

Ministry of Transport
Republic of the Union of Myanmar


Influx in foreign and regional investments is prompting Myanmar to step up on infrastructure development plans to meet logistics and transport expectations.


Seize your chance to be among the first to explore opportunities in logistics investments at the Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit. Endorsed and supported by Myanmar’s Ministry of Transport, the summit examines “Investment Opportunities & Cost Effective Supply Chain Management in New Myanmar” by looking into the following with key officials and industry experts:


New investment law and opportunities for logistics investment
Ports, road, railway and air infrastructure development master plan to support logistics movement
Update on SEZ law & industrial/economic zone projects – Dawei & Thilawa
Trade liberalization in the wake of AEC 2015
Logistics & supply chain management solutions & trends


This is a MUST-ATTEND event across all sectors given the relevance of infrastructure and logistics to any business. If you are in business development, operations, procurement, planning and supply chain, all the more reason not to miss this!


PRE-REGISTER today! More details to be revealed on our event page soon!


Feel free to contact me at or +65 6346 9113 if you have any queries.





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