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Smart Expo 2015
Melbourne, Australia - 26 - 27th May 2015
Exhibition / trade show

Smart Expo is the only event in Australia that provides a comprehensive insight into the challenges and solutions for supply chain leaders.

So why attend?

Free entry to view displays of warehousing, transport, supply chain technologies and education/ training opportunities

Meet and discuss business possibilities with expanded networking opportunities from two business lounges with refreshments, providing visitors with an office away from the office

This expo will help you to analyse the critical links in your own supply chain, Isolate the weakest links, and identify opportunities for new links to be created.

Smart Expo has always been a source of information for supply chain leaders, and in 2015 will feature leading edge implementations, new trends and tools and the opportunity to develop methodologies in manufacturing with case studies on display from more than 60 exhibitors.

26 - 27th May 2015

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Please see for the latest list of exhibitors.

Free to attend expo.

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