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Pro Logistics 2006
Brussels, Belgium - 26th to 28th September 2006
Exhibition / trade show

This is a Supply Chain event.

At PROlogistics, from 26 September to 28th September 2006 you can again benefit from the interesting synergy between professionals in the supply chain industry. The previous 2004 edition, organised in parallel with the EMPACK trade show, was in fact a huge success 179 exhibitors and 7332 visitors visitors turned the fair into a true networking event that facilitates the establishment of appropriate contacts between potential customers and suppliers.

This time, too, both shows will be held at the same time. During these three days, visitors will be presented with any conceivable solution in the supply chain area.

Are you active in Supply Chain? Then you cannot afford to miss out!

We therefore kindly invite you to come and take a look!

26th to 28th September 2006


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