Exhibitions / Congresses

Logistics - Gauteng 2002

South Africa, Midrand - 13th, 14th and 15th March 2002
This event is carried out in conjunction with the;
Fluidtrans & Airtech, South Africa's International Motion Control and Compressed Air Technologies Exhibition
Electrex, SA's International Process Control & Automation Exhibitio
Frigair SA's International Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Ventilation Exhibition and Congress
international forklift drivers competition.
Catering for the;
Industry Sector
Providers of products, services and technology directly related to the logistics and supply chain management and materials handling industry.
Date(s)
13th, 14th and 15th March 2002
Venue
Gallagher Estate
Ticketing
Rates and Data: South Africa (Prices exclude VAT) Space only R795 per m2 Services package R220 per m2 Rates and Data: International Space only US$160 per m2 Services package US$44 per m2

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