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SED 2008
Rockingham, United Kingdom - 13-15 May 2008
Exhibition / trade show

Be first to catch the latest UK launches – from the top manufacturers and distributors – at Europe’s largest working show.
New ways to become more efficient, more safe and more profitable. Across all sectors of the industry – in the:-

    * Site Equipment Zone
    * Cranes & Access Village
    * Site Clearance Zone
    * Truckzone
    * Pavilion
    * Concrete Zone
    * Builders Box Live

13-15 May 2008

Rockingham Motor Speedway Mitchell Road, Corby, Northants NN17 5AF

Contact for booking / more info:
Mark Bresnahan, Exhibition Director Tel: 020 8652 4657 E-mail: Jackie Hanford, Sales Manager Tel: 020 8652 4810 E-mail: Kath Howard, Admin Assistant Tel: 020 8652 4879 E-mail: Louise Murphy, PR Officer Tel: 020 8661 0511 Fax 020 8652 4804 E-mail: Ralph Collett, Business Development Manager Tel: 020 8652 8393 E-mail:

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