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CeMAT ASIA 2006 - Shanghai, China ~ Forkliftaction will have a stand
Shanghai, China - 10th to 13th October 2006
Exhibition / trade show

CeMAT ASIA is now famed as the largest event of its kind in China, and established itself as the major and professional platform in the Asia region. It has obtained the great achievement on its brilliant basis. CeMAT ASIA is one of the leading trade shows for Material Handling, Automation Technology, Transport Systems and Logistics in the Asian-Pacific region.

The show presents a complete spectrum of intralogistic solutions: comprehensive and yet geared to individual target markets. In the 6th CeMAT ASIA in 2006 more than 320 exhibitors are expected on a display area of 20,000 square metres.

Rodger lamb and Patrick Chin from will attend. Patrick speaks Mandarin as well as Cantonese. Please visit our stand in the international pavillion stand D1 in Hall E2. We will be wearing our trademark orange shirts.

10th to 13th October 2006

Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC)

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Email address: Telephone: +49-511/89-0 Fax: +49-511/89-32626 Web address:


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