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WIN - World of Industry
Beylikdüzü, Büyükcekmece, Istanbul, Turkey - 14th, 15th 16th, 17th March 2002
Exhibition / trade show

The MATERIALS HANDLING 2002 show is one of six Tradeshows within this exhibition and consists of;
Mechanical Handling
Driverless Transport Systems and Related Components
Storage and Warehousing Technology
Complete Handling and Storage/Plant Systems
Packaging Equipments
Materials Handling Control Systems
Materials Flow Control and Logistics
Logistic Services
AS/RS; Carousels
Conveyor Systems and Intelligent Conveyers

14th, 15th 16th, 17th March 2002

Tüyap Fair Convention and Congress Center

Participation Fee: Raw Space: US$ 200,- / sqm* + 18 % VAT Shell Scheme: US$ 220,- / sqm* + 18 % VAT (Stand area, White back wall and side walls, Carpeting, 1 Table, 3 Chairs, 1 Spotlight 100 W per 4 sqm, 1 Electric socket, Company sign in English) Registration Fee: US$ 250,- + 18% VAT

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