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Laadur 11 - Materials Handling and Construction equipment exhibition
Tallinn, Estonia - 11th June 2004
Exhibition / trade show

Laadur OU, suppliers of materials handling equipment in Baltic countries is having its annual exhibition of various equipment on June 11, 2004. On display shall be Yale forklifts, Kasten racking systems, Combilift 4 way forklift, Mafi terminal tractor, Hitachi construction machines etc.

Event is attended by high officials from NMHG and Yale, including Nacco Materials Handling Group Europe MD Mr. Richard Close and Yale Europe MD Mr. Mike Rowlett.
All interested in getting information about materials handling equipment sales in Baltic countries and meeting NMHG and Yale ofiicials are welcome to partcipate.

Forkliftaction Note - sorry for the late notice - we only just became aware of this exhibition

11th June 2004

Peterburi tee 48 D 11415

Contact for booking / more info: Fred Martsoo Phone 372 605 3600

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