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Brussels, Belgium - 24-25 September 2008
Exhibition / trade show

easyFairs PROLOGISTICS will bring together all major providers of total solutions in Warehousing, Handling, Transport, Distribution, Logistics Software, Data Capture, Logistics Real Estate and Consultancy at Brussels Expo.

This trade show is a unique platform where more than 150 exhibitors provide supply chain decision makers with strategic information about the optimisation of their goods, cost and information flows.

24-25 September 2008

Wednesday 24 September 2008: 10.00 am to 8.00 pm Thursday 25 September 2008: 10.00 am to 8.00 pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Brussels Expo - Hall 5 Belgiëplein 1, BE-1020 Brussels

Contact for booking / more info:
Helen Mortier - Exhibition Manager Tel +32 (0)3 280 53 20 helen.mortier(at) Aurélie Versluys - Sales Executive Tel +32 (0)3 280 53 21 aurelie.versluys(at) John Barbier - Marketing Assistant Tel +32 (0)3 280 53 43 john.barbier(at)

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