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Logistik Transport
Goteborg, Sweden - 4th to 6th May 2010
Exhibition / trade show

The fair will be twice as big as previously. And there will be a whole section devoted to fork lifts and other mobile machinery.

The conference, which will take place on the same floor level, will bring together leading people from the industry, high-ranking politicians and prominent researchers. So you will be able to get up to speed on all the latest findings, and listen to the hottest debates.

Logistics & Transport 2010 will focus on imaginative and inviting demo areas and will feature a large number of activities. So we can guarantee you an all-senses experience far beyond the ordinary.

Logistics & Transport 2010 will be the place to network, meet like-minded people, access industry news and gain fresh inspiration. In short, one of the most exciting industry venues ever.

Bozela (Trade Partner of Raeder Vogel) will be exhibiting at Booth B01:02.

4th to 6th May 2010

Swedish Exhibition Centre

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