Exhibitions / Congresses

The Battery Show

United States, Novi, Detroit, Michigan - 25th to 27th October 2011
Whilst a standalone event, The Battery Show 2011 benefits from a strategic co-locate with Automotive Testing Expo North America and Engine Expo North America.

Automotive Testing Expo showcases the latest in test technologies and services used in the full automotive production process. With an increasing focus from automotive OEM's on improving battery technology, exhibitors with a specific interest in promoting EV technology will have the added benefit of meeting engineers involved in every stage of the production process.

Coming to North America for the first time, the world renowned Engine Expo brings with it a host of engineers looking increasingly towards improving hybrid and electric vehicle technology, automotive powertrain design, production, components, and technology.

Staging the three events simultaneously will create a unique environment for the advanced battery community to meet with visitors and exhibitors from a diverse range of industries that extend well beyond the automotive world, making The Battery Show an essential tool for doing business in 2011.
Date(s)
25th to 27th October 2011
Venue
Suburban Collection Showplace (formerly known as the Rock Financial Showplace) 46100 Grand River Avenue Novi, MI 48374
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Before 1913, in America you could legally mail a baby. Mailing children became a common practice as the price of postage for a child was cheaper than the price of a child's train or bus ticket.

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Fact of the week
Before 1913, in America you could legally mail a baby. Mailing children became a common practice as the price of postage for a child was cheaper than the price of a child's train or bus ticket.