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MinExpo 2008
Las Vegas, United States - 22 Sept 08 to 24 Sep 08
Exhibition / trade show

More than 1,100 exhibitors will be displaying the latest technology, equipment, parts and services used for exploration, extraction, safety, environmental remediation and preparation of metallic ores, coal and other minerals. With displays covering more than 568,000 square feet of exhibit space, this is the largest show of its kind in the world.

It happens only once every four years and there is no better opportunity for you to survey—under one roof—the opportunities to move your company to a new level of performance and to sharpen your edge in the highly competitive  worldwide mining industry.

Manitou North America, Inc. will be exhibiting - their stand details TBA

22 Sept 08 to 24 Sep 08

see their website (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Las Vegas Convention Center

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