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Automation 2010
Mumbai, India - 21st to 24th September 2010
Exhibition / trade show

5th Annual exhibition and conference will highlight products trends, services and solutions in the field of Factory Automation; Process Automation & Control System; Field Instrumentation; Robotics; Drives & Various Bus Technology; Building Automation, and Hydraulics & Pneumatics

Automation 2010, the trade show showcases new innovations & solutions for vast industry segment comprising of Refining, Petrochemicals, chemicals, Polyester, Power, Life sciences, Food & Pharmaceutical, Oil & Gas businesses, Steel and Mining and other process industries, Terminal automation, Tank farm automation, Retail outlet automation.
Automation 2010 is the biggest Technological show of the era. An event of this Magnitude NEVER ever held in India so far. More than 1400 companies will be participating, mainly in Hall no 1 ,80% of the Booking has been done for hall no 1

A trade fair like AUTOMATION 2010, with its high proportion of International Exhibitors and visitors, is ideal for getting to know and evaluating the competition in the Industry. The users of Instrumentation and Automation from all over India will see the latest technologies available.        

21st to 24th September 2010


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