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Shanghai, China - October 28th to 31st
Exhibition / trade show

International Trade Fair for Materials Handling, Automation Technology,
Transport Systems and Logistics.

CeMAT Asia continues to build on its already impressive position as the Asia region’s leading trade fair for intralogistics. CeMAT ASIA 2012 drew to a close with a total visitor count more than 20 percent up on 2011. It’s a major increase, and one that far exceeded the expectations of the show’s 480 exhibitors. CeMAT ASIA takes place at the same time and place as PTC ASIA. Together, the two tradeshows attracted 68,510 visitors from 80 countries and regions, further cementing their growing status and influence in Asia.

Exhibits Category
Mechanical Handling, Accessories and components for materials handling technology, Entire systems for materials handling technology, warehouse technology, logistics, Warehousing technology and workshop equipment, Material flow control and software, Logistics Services, Transportation

October 28th to 31st

Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC)


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