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MATEX 2003
Melbourne, Australia - 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd May 2003
Exhibition / trade show

MATERIALS HANDLING, WAREHOUSING & LOGISTICS EXHIBITION 2003 will be co-locating with National Manufacturing Week, Australia's Premier Manufacturing Exhibition.
In 2003, National Manufacturing Week swells to six events-in-one. Matex joins AIEE - Australia's International Engineering Exhibition, ATExpo - the Assembly Technology Expo for assembly automation, Austech - the machine tools exhibition, CIMtech – Computers in Manufacturing Technologies covering CAD/CAE/CAM/ERP, and PACEX - the Process and Control Exhibition.

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20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd May 2003

Tues/Wed 10am - 6pm Thurs 10am - 9pm Fri 10am - 6pm (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
Nicholas Tossman phone: 61 2 9416 1255 Peter Nissen phone: 61 2 9416 5899 fax: 61 2 9416 5899 email:

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