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Advanced Logistics & Materials Handling
Sydney, Australia - 2nd to 4th September
Exhibition / trade show

Advanced Logistics & Materials Handling is a special feature at Safety in Action Sydney. Comprising of key logistics, supply chain and materials handling companies, the feature attracts professionals from a range of industries looking for new solutions, industry news and updates.

Advanced Logistics & Materials Handling (ALMH) is THE event for end to end supply chain solutions, registration is free and allows you access to both Safety in Action Sydney, CleanScene and Advanced Logistics & Materials Handling. PRE-REGISTER YOUR INTEREST HERE.


Packing Solutions
Moving Solutions
Lifting Equipment
Driver/Warehouse Training
Industrial Cleaning
Engineering Solutions
Feeding/Pumping Equipment
Supply Chain Solutions
Manual Handling

2nd to 4th September

Safety in Action Sydney at The Dome, Sydney Show Ground

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