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Chiba, Japan - October 15-19, 2002
Exhibition / trade show

The International Material Handling, Storage and Distribution Exhibition.
This event is organized jointly by Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers/Japan Industrial Vehicles Association/Japan Pallet Association/Japan Material Handling Association/Japan Institute of Logistics Systems/Japan Management Association.
Exhibits consist of Forklifts, transport vehicles, unmanned conveying systems, automated warehouses, sorters, conveyors, pallet, containers, cranes, packaging equipment, bar-code systems, ID systems, materials handling software.

October 15-19, 2002

Makuhari Messe (Nippon Convention Center)

Contact for booking / more info:
S. Watanuki (Ms.) Address:3-1-22 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8522 Tel:(03)3434-1988 Fax:(03)3434-8076 Department:Convention Division

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