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CeMAT Russia 2010
Moscow, Russia - 28 September – 01 October 2010
Exhibition / trade show

CeMAT RUSSIA will open its gates for the first time in tandem with MDA RUSSIA, Surface RUSSIA and Industrial Automation RUSSIA. Make sure you benefit from the synergies generated by these four trade fairs and focusing on some of Russia's fastest-growing business sectors. With this event, we are giving you the chance to explore new contacts and consolidate existing ones in the Russian market - all under one roof.

Over 100 companies have already registered as exhibitors at this premiere event, including industry giants such as Jungheinrich, STILL, Knapp, Stöcklin, viastore and SSI Schäfer.

28 September – 01 October 2010

All-Russian Exhibition Centre,

Contact for booking / more info:
Brigitte Mahnken Tel.: +49 511 89-31024 E-mail:

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