FRANKFURT, Germany and ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Global support for sports from German special logistics company
The SportAccord Convention in St. Petersburg, Russia, (http://www.sportaccordconvention.com) is one of the most important events in Eastern Europe and the world, especially this year, when it comes to sporting events and all associated services. The German cultural project logistics company Conceptum Sport Logistics (CSL - http://www.conceptum-sport-logistics.com) will be presenting its portfolio of services in Russia in preparation for the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi - games that have already begun for the logistics sector in the form of numerous training events. More than 6,000 sports professionals are expected from around the world and logistics in particular will play a vital role. The SportAccord Convention has been bringing the sports industry together since 2003 - hosted by cities including Lausanne, Seoul, Peking and Denver, and never far from a medal podium.
"Olympic Games are a challenge, as teams from around the world need their sports equipment on time, safe and undamaged all in the same place. For sports men and women, it is a question of trust. Success against the competition depends directly on their sports equipment," says Sebastian Stahl, Managing Director at Conceptum Sport Logistics. But the company is going the extra mile - not only have national Olympic committees secured contracts for the services of the Frankfurt-based logistics team, additional services are also on offer. If required, Conceptum Sport Logistics can deliver live images around the world thanks to its in-house broadcasting unit.
Preparations for the upcoming Winter Olympic Games have already been under way for more than twelve months. (…).
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