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MEDC Expo 2008
Geneva, Switzerland - 15th & 16th October 2008
Exhibition / trade show

Mobile Equipment Design & Components Expo 2008, 15 & 16 October 2008, Palexpo, Geneva is an exhibition which will provide the spectrum of industrial equipment OEMs with a dedicated event where they will be able to identify new component technologies and source new component suppliers.

With no aftermarket or end user content, MEDC Expo 2008 will focus solely on the supply needs and issues affecting the international OEM community - entry to the exhibition is free of charge.

In addition to the range of exhibits from a wide range of component suppliers, MEDC Expo will contain free seminar sessions designed to inform and inspire manufacturers and developers of mobile industrial equipment.





Date(s):
15th & 16th October 2008

Venue:
Hall 3, Palexpo

Ticketing:
Free to visit

Contact for booking / more info:
michaelobrien@quartz.uk.net

http://www.mobile-equipment.net
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