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WIN - World of Industry
Hannover/Istanbul, Turkey - 7-10 Feb 2008, 28 Feb-2 March 2008
Exhibition / trade show

WIN - World of Industry, Eurasia's number one industrial fair, will kick off its' venue of WIN fairs starting with WIN Part 1 Machinery, Welding, Surface Treatment, Materials Handling from 7 - 10 February 2008, and WIN Part 2 Automation, Electrotech, Hydraulic & Pneumatic on 28 February - 2 March 2008. The fairs will be held at TÃœYAP Fair Convention and Congress Center in Istanbul, Turkey. Organized by Hannover-Messe Bilesim Fuarcilik A.S., WIN 2008 will feature venues that bring energized events under one roof. This innovative platform was launched at WIN 2007 as dual and proved to be a success with visitors and exhibitors alike.

7-10 Feb 2008, 28 Feb-2 March 2008

TÃœYAP Fair Convention and Congress Center

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