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MODEX 2012
Atlanta, United States - February 6-9, 2012
Exhibition / trade show

(Charlotte, NC—August 18, 2010) Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA) announces the launch of its new event, MODEXSM 2012, to be held February 6-9, 2012 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.

MHIA anticipates 500 exhibitors and tens of thousands of manufacturing, distribution and supply chain professionals from over 80 countries around the globe to attend MODEXSM 2012. MHIA will expand its plans to partner with other industry groups via collocation at MODEXSM to provide attendees even more exhibition, educational and networking value.

Hal Systems will be in Booth #215 ...see their  WMS and Shipping System solutions to help track, control and ship inventory.

Forkliftaction will be at Booth #94.....see you there!!!

February 6-9, 2012

Georgia World Congress Center

Contact for booking / more info:
Contact Tom Carbott at 800-345-1815/704-676-1190

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