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European coldstore operators meeting in Frankfurt Nov. 3.

European members of the International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses have scheduled a Nov. 3 meeting at Frankfurt International Airport in Germany.

At the top of the agenda will be formation of a European Council to act as a platform from which to strengthen the IARW network on the continent and better serve the needs of its operators. Also slated for discussion will be the changed format and new location for the European Education Program, which is scheduled to take place in Brussels February 2-3.

For more information, e-mail the IARW/WFLO) European Division: iarweuro@worldonline.nl.
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Title Annotation:Warehousing World
Publication:Quick Frozen Foods International
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Date:Oct 1, 2003
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