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MHL 2013
Auckland, New Zealand - July 3rd - 4th
Exhibition / trade show

MHL 2013 is News Zealand’s only dedicated materials handling, warehousing and logistics trade show. The event was first launched in 2007 and now in its fourth season MHL has fast become an important reference point for users in all areas of the supply chain. Not only is MHL 2013 a trade show for the supply chain industry it’s a chance for the industry to demonstrate innovation and best practice for those needing solutions and much more. Attendees will be able to view live demonstrations, try out the latest machines and equipment and attend quality seminars and workshops.

Date(s):
July 3rd - 4th

Venue:
ASB showground

Contact for booking / more info:
www.mhlshow.co.nz/index.php/contactform

http://www.mhlshow.co.nz/
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