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Sydney Materials Handling
Sydney, Australia - 27-29 October 2009
Exhibition / trade show

Sydney Materials Handling co-located with The Safety Show Sydney will attract more than 10,000 visitors to see hundreds of solutions from materials handling, logistics and supply chain specialists all under one roof at the Sydney Showground this October.

See the latest materials handling products and solutions in action presented by a selection of top exhibitors throughout each day and dedicated feature areas covering a number of materials handling fields.

27-29 October 2009

Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park

Contact for booking / more info:
Australian Exhibitions & Conferences Pty Ltd Level 2, 267 Collins Street Melbourne, VIC 3000 Postal Address PO Box 82 Flinders Lane Melbourne, VIC 8009 Tel 03 9654 7773 Fax 03 9654 5596 Email

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