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Material Handling & Logistics (MHL) 2009
Auckland, New Zealand - 22-23 July 2009
Exhibition / trade show

MHL is the only show in New Zealand dedicated to materials handling, warehousing and logistics and provides leading warehouse and distribution professionals within New Zealand the opportunity to explore new products and developments in the industry, share knowledge and expand their resources. Specialist companies from throughout New Zealand will present their products and services in a dedicated venue to manufacturers, warehousing, storage and distribution businesses.

22-23 July 2009

Wednesday 10am-5pm Thursday 10am-4pm (GMT +12:00) Auckland, Wellington

ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane

Contact for booking / more info:
HAYLEYMEDIA Limited 9 Huron Street, Takapuna, Auckland PO Box 33 146 Takapuna, Auckland Phone: 0800 944248 (XHIBIT) Fax: +649 486 0078

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