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Shanghai, China, China - 31 October - 3 November 2017
Exhibition / trade show

The move towards complete integration of all logistics processes is being systematically driven forward. Key technologies such as cloud computing, mobile applications, real-time communication, the Internet of Things and Big Data are becoming more and more important.
Manufacturers, purchasers and industry experts come to CeMAT ASIA to gain an overview of innovative ways of managing the flow of goods even more intelligently. As an exhibitor in 2017, you can take advantage of a wide range of synergies resulting from the proximity of CeMAT ASIA to PTC ASIA, ComVac ASIA & APEX ASIA

31 October - 3 November 2017

Shanghai New International Expo Centre(SNIEC)

Contact for booking / more info:
Ms. Jelly Wang
021-5045 6700 ext 227 send an email

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