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Logistica 2012
Utrecht, Netherlands - 13th to 16th November 2012
Exhibition / trade show

Logistica, the most important trade show for internal transport and goods flow management within the Benelux, will be held between 13 and 16 November 2012. Logistica is trend-setting, innovative, complete, industry-wide and packed with action.

Logistica 2012 not only promises to be a buzzing trade show; exhibitors will be displaying plenty of novelties too. Dive right in and be wowed by all kinds of solutions designed to cut costs, use space as efficiently as possible and improve ergonomics in the workplace.

The trade fair for material handling in the Benelux area is still open for business.  In November 2012, 300 exhibitors will welcome over 20.000 visitors at Logistica and you can be one of them.

13th to 16th November 2012

Jaarbeurs Utrecht

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