Exhibitions / Congresses

CeMAT 2002

Germany, Hannover - Monday, 15th April to Saturday, 20th April 2002
The organisers state that CeMAT 2002 is the "World Fair for Material Handling and Logistics' and will provide approximately 1,000 exhibitors, CeMAT ranks as the world's leading showplace for all the various components in the logistics chain. This high-profile trade show features a comprehensive line-up of exhibits - ranging from automated warehousing systems to sophisticated supply chain management (SCM) solutions. One visit to CeMAT and you'll be in an ideal position to plan, control and network your internal and external material flows.

The close proximity of the "World Fair for Factory Automation" will create additional opportunities to identify and realize integrated solutions and applications. With its line-up of interrelated product categories, the HANNOVER MESSE generates invaluable synergy effects.
Date(s)
Monday, 15th April to Saturday, 20th April 2002
Time(s)
Opening Hours 09.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m
Venue
HANNOVER MESSE Exhibition Grounds - halls 19 - 26, Open Air Site
Ticketing
1-day ticket advance sale: EUR 18,00 1-day ticket at the door: EUR 23,00 8-day ticket advance sale: EUR 42,00 8-day ticket at the door: EUR 50,00
Contact for booking / more info
Deutsche Messe AG Messegelände D-30521 Hannover, Germany Tel.: +49 (0)511 89-0 Fax: +49 (0)511 89-32626 E-mail: info@messe.de

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Inside Forkliftaction

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It was a lively and informative session highlighting the latest innovations and, importantly, providing a roadmap for upgrading current technology.
The nature of
...Continue Reading

Fact of the week

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'The Martian' in Surrey, England
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