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Plan your business travel by using this page to keep track of upcoming forklift and materials handling industry events.

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April 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Melbourne, Australia
April 1-3, 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Moscow, Russia
April 13-15, 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Goyang, Korea, South
April 14- 17, 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Hannover, Germany
April 20 -24, 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp XL
April 21-23, 2020
May 2020
Conference / congress
Orlando, Florida, United States
MHEDA Convention 2020
May 2-6, 2020
June 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Shanghai, China
LogiMAT China 2020
June 16-18, 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Multimodal 2020
June 16-18, 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Qingpu District, China
ProPak China 2020
June 22 - 24, 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Cologne, Germany
iVT Expo
JUNE 24-25, 2020
July 2020
Exhibition / trade show
Melbourne, Australia
CeMAT Australia 2020
July 14-16, 2020
April 2021
Exhibition / trade show
Chicago, United States
ProMat 2021
April 12-15, 2021

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