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Logis-tech Tokyo 2004
Tokyo, Japan - 14th to 17th September 2004
Exhibition / trade show

The organizers state that LOGIS-TECH TOKYO provides you with the essential business opportunities to penetrate the vast Asian market and contribute to your prospects for business expansion throughout Asia, including Japan. If you are contemplating global strategies, take advantage of LOGIS-TECH TOKYO to achieve success in this lucrative market. The chance comes only once every two years. LOGIS-TECH TOKYO 2004 will be held at Tokyo Big Sight, Japan's largest exhibition oriented convention center, conveniently located in the Waterfront sub-center of Tokyo.

330 companies/1,500 booths
Number of Visitors(expected)
  140,000 professionals

We understand that Komatsu will be exhibiting (yet to be confirmed).

14th to 17th September 2004

Tokyo Big Sight, Ariake

registered overseas visitors in advance : free

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