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Intermat 2003
Paris, France - 13th to 17th May 2003
Exhibition / trade show

The organizers claim that Intermat 2003 is the meeting place for professionals in the fields of civil engineering and construction, INTERMAT 2003 will provide the opportunity to present, during 5 full days in 320,000 sq.m of exhibition space, all of the major innovations being introduced in construction machinery and equipment from throughout the world.

As an exclusive, a demonstration zone is being designed at a series of customized spaces to highlight the operations of different equipment (earth-moving, lifting, drilling, etc.) live every day.

13th to 17th May 2003

Paris Nord Exhibition Center

Contact for booking / more info:
From 17th March 2003, for any information on the INTERMAT exhibition, please contact the hotline : +33 (0)1 58 07 18 10

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