SITLStand in the Light
SITLStepped-Impedance Transmission Line (electrical engineering)
SITLSonata Information Technology Limited (Sonata Software Limited; India)
SITLStatic Induction Transistor Logic (electronics)
SITLSecondarily-Infected Traumatic Lesion
SITLSystem Integration and Test Lab
SITLSuppressor-Inducer T Lymphocytes
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MJH and AS: The SITL blog is ongoing; we are constantly still reading and reviewing steamy books--which is why we always have fresh material when we travel to conferences to have Sex in the Library with other librarians.
This rating strength is partially offset by the fact that SITL has not yet started commercial operation; the first phase of its upcoming unit is expected to be commissioned not before December 2010.
It will also witness the second edition of SITL Dubai, a unique business to business event that offers a complete access to all aspects supply chain management.
Most participants at the SITL echoed the upbeat outlook of the logistics industry.
Though not everyone will be able to forge a similar SITL partnership and program, the advocacy philosophies and tips for having your own "Sex in the Library" are very transferable.
Over 75 exhibitors from 12 countries will exhibit at this first edition of SITL India and approximately 60 per cent of these are international.
Running the first ever GSF alongside the SITL Dubai exhibition provides a valuable opportunity for key stakeholders in the logistics and transportation industry globally to meet with peers, network, explore the latest industry solutions and trends, and build relationships that can help their businesses prosper," said Mohamad Bader-Eddin, show director of SITL Dubai.
The SITL India Summit has been designed as a three day programme that will bring together leading global experts from industry, commerce and the political and institutional worlds, who will offer insights into current trends and emerging patterns in the transport and logistics domain.
The first edition of SITL Dubai 2009, the International week of Transport and Logistics, will feature an exclusive 1,000 mA area dedicated to RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology and its applications in the logistics sector.
The event will run from November 3 to 4 alongside the inaugural edition of SITL Dubai, (the International Week of Transport and Logistics), to be organised by Reed Exhibitions Middle East under the patronage of Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, president, Department of Civil Aviation, Dubai, chairman and chief executive, Emirates Airline.