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Kortrijk, Belgium - 7th to 11th September 2005
Exhibition / trade show

International trade fair for machines, techniques and materials for the construction industry, road-building, general industry, recycling and public works programmes.

Europe's biggest meeting point for the construction trade.
Everyone you meet at Matexpo will be a fellow building professional.

Within the framework of Matexpo 2005, various demonstrations annex have been will be organized.

7th to 11th September 2005

Open every day from trade professionals with clearly completed entry cards. (GMT +01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Kortrijk Xpo (formely the Hallen van Kortrijk).

Entry : € 5. Free entry for trade professionals with clearly completed entry cards.

Contact for booking / more info:
+32 (0)56 21 08 32 F +32 (0)56 25 79 82 E-mail :

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