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Mavex 2004
Basel, Switzerland - 11th to 14th May 2004
Exhibition / trade show

mavex - stands for "Material flow", "Verpackung" (German for packaging) and "Exhibition" - provides Switzerland with its only exhibition for in-house material flow and packaging technology. It is extensive and authoritative, thanks to international exhibitors and themed accompanying events. mavex is one of the few European exhibitions to emphasize the packaging and storage of pharmaceuticals. It is a must for every industry representative wishing to remain at the cutting edge.

The four-day, pan-regional trade exhibition is mounted every three years.
The new exhibition is an extensive international platform for conveying, marking, warehousing and packaging. By including pharmapack, mavex is one of the few exhibitions in Europe to provide a focus on pharmaceutical packaging and storage. Accompanying events supplement the topics of the exhibition. The four-day exhibition is mounted every four years. The former trade fairs Pack it and L are no longer carried

Nexen Forklift Trucks will be exhibiting.

*** The Equipment Catalogue contains SPECIFICATIONS and photos for +2000 forklift models - compare specs and find the right machine for the job! ***

11th to 14th May 2004

9 am to 5 pm (GMT +01:00) Sarajevo,Skopje,Sofija,Warsaw,Zagreb

Basel Exhibition, Hall 1

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