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Automotive Testing Expo 2008 Europe
Stuttgart, Germany - 6-8 May 2008
Exhibition / trade show

Over 370 exhibiting companies displaying the very latest technologies and services for test and development engineering of Europe's industrial vehicle, bus, truck and car industries, ensuring durability, reliability, quality and safety. Plus the ASAM Open Technology Forum

6-8 May 2008

Tues/Wed: 9:00-17:00 Thurs": 9:00-14:00 (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

New Trade Fair Center Stuttgart

Register online at to recieve a free entry exhibition pass

Contact for booking / more info:
If you are interested in exhibiting at Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2008, please contact Dominic Cundy – Sales & Marketing Director: The Open Technology Forum The Open Technology Forum Programme is currently being compiled. If you are interested in speaking at the forum, please also contact All Other Enquiries Please direct all other enquiries to Renata Lengui – Event Marketing:

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