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International CeMAT Conference 2008
Hannover, Germany - 26th May 2008
Conference / congress

Premiere at CeMAT 2008! The World Fair for Intralogistics has another new innovation up its sleeve for the upcoming event next May: on the eve of the show, under the slogan of the "Future of Logistics", the first international CeMAT Conference will take place.

Staged in the Convention Center, located right on the exhibition grounds, the event is expected to draw some 300 senior executives, researchers and politicians. The conference will feature internationally recognized futurologists, who will analyze topics ranging from intralogistics to supply chain management.

26th May 2008

Exhibition Grounds, 30521 Hannover, Germany



Contact for booking / more info:
Prof. Dr. Stefan Walter Supply Management Institute SMI Söhnleinstraße 8F 65201 Wiesbaden Phone: +49 0611 36018 -800 Fax: +49 0611 36018 -802

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