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Understanding The Challenges of Central Asian Logistics

2 January 2014

With rapidly expanding  economies and economic development in Central Asia, the Central Asian Productivity Research Center will offer a timely seminar focusing on "Understanding The Challenges of Central Asian Logistics"  at 3 PM, Friday, May 16, 2014, at Illinois Institute of Technology's Kent School of Law's

Auditorium, 565 W. Adams St. (just west of Union Station).

Sponsored by the Central Asian Productivity Research Center and Silk Way Airlines, this event is linked with the prominent 9th Annual Silk Road Conference also held on May 16.

Attendees  also  will be invited to the Diplomatic Reception scheduled at 5 PM, courtesy of  Silk Way Airlines.

'The Silk Road is changing rapidly with a new infrastructures, new railroads, taking passengers from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast, new airports,  new highways, and an expanding cobweb of oil and gas lines", state Harry Lepinske, CAPRC


The event is offered without a registration fee. For those

in  the logistics field who plan to attend the day-long Silk

Road Conference, the registration fee is reduced to the

"member" fee of  only US$25.00, which includes breakfast and lunch.


For information:

Phone: 708-246-5556

E: lepinske@sbcglobal.net