Exhibitions / Congresses

Fair: SMOPYC

Spain, Zaragoza - 1st to 5th march 2005
The International Exhibition of Machinery for Public Works, Construction and Mining (SMOPYC) is to hold its 13th edition. The following market sectors will be represented at the show: Earth movement and road building; aggregates and concrete; materials lifting and handling; industrial and transport vehicles; auxiliary construction equipment; components, spare parts, accessories and services.

SPANISH manufacturer Ausa is to unveil a new generation of compact, rough-terrain forklifts at the Smopyc show next month.
Date(s)
1st to 5th march 2005
Venue
Feria de Zaragoza, Nacional II, Km. 311 50012 Zaragoza (Zaragoza) Tel. +34 976764700 / Fax +34 976330649

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Alexander Graham Bell, the Scottish-born scientist who invented the telephone in 1876, refused to have a telephone in his own study because he thought it was an intrusion on his work as a scientist.
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Hormuz Island off the coast of Iran, attracts artists and geology lovers for its eye-catching red-ochre soil and its stunningly variegated geological formations.

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Alexander Graham Bell, the Scottish-born scientist who invented the telephone in 1876, refused to have a telephone in his own study because he thought it was an intrusion on his work as a scientist.
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Hormuz Island off the coast of Iran, attracts artists and geology lovers for its eye-catching red-ochre soil and its stunningly variegated geological formations.