Exhibitions / Congresses

Tokyo Pack 2004

Japan, Tokyo - 5th to 9th Ocrtober 2004
Tokyo international packaging exhibition
The purpose of this exhibition is to promote technology on production, packaging and distribution through exhibition of not only packaging materials and packaging machinery but also converting machinery, food processing machinery, packaging-related machinery, equipment for environmental protection and material handling-related equipment, In addition, as a place of business negotiation, international exchanges and dispatch of latest information on packaging to the world, to contribute to the development of society to have a global viewpoint is also big purpose of this exhibition.
Date(s)
5th to 9th Ocrtober 2004
Venue
Tokyo International Exhibition Center "Tokyo Big sight" 3-21-1, Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0063
JLG offers safety option
Maxam adds performance tyre
Noblelift expands lithium offerings
Electro Kinetic adds lithium option
Singapore Mitsubishi Logisnext Asia Pacific (MLAP) and xSQUARE, a Singapore-based intelligent warehousing solutions company, have entered into a partnership to meet the growing demand for intelligent warehousing solutions. MLAP and...

In the Virtual Expo

BSLBATT Lithium Forklift Batteries
BSLBATT is proud to provide 950+ models of industry lithium-ion batteries for nearly every make and model of electric industrial truck. We are currently looking for Global Partners!

Inside Forkliftaction

Just when you thought ICE had gone cold, German manufacturer Linde announces a new line of diesel- and LPG-powered forklifts designed for heavier loads.
Sure, there are many battery-powered machines that can cope with heavy loads, but Linde clearly recognises the trust that many owners still place in ICE.
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In the Virtual Expo

Onyx Fleet Management for mixed fleets
A fleet management solution for mixed industrial fleets which accommodates all makes and models of machines and monitors your mixed fleet in real time.

Inside Forkliftaction

Just when you thought ICE had gone cold, German manufacturer Linde announces a new line of diesel- and LPG-powered forklifts designed for heavier loads.
Sure, there are many battery-powered machines that can cope with heavy loads, but Linde clearly recognises the trust that many owners still place in ICE.
At
...Continue Reading
Summerville, SC, United States Linde has extended its industrial truck family with the addition of the Series 1204 IC engine-powered truck, available in diesel and LPG and capable of moving heavier loads from...
Seattle, WA, United States A Washington State warehouse worker was killed when he was crushed between a forklift and a metal rack. According to the state Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Program (FACE...
Hamburg, Germany Still has announced a number of strategic initiatives “to keep pace with the rapidly changing markets and customer needs”. Similar to the approach of Hyster and Yale, Still is...
Baton Rouge, LA, United States H&E Equipment Services has signed a definitive agreement to acquire One Source Equipment Rentals, a provider of non-residential construction and industrial equipment with operations in the Midwest and Southern...

In the Virtual Expo

Fleet Team Insights
Fleet Team’s online portal that allows your asset’s invoice and performance data to be collected, consolidated, and reported to you in a customized dashboard you design.

Inside Forkliftaction

Just when you thought ICE had gone cold, German manufacturer Linde announces a new line of diesel- and LPG-powered forklifts designed for heavier loads.
Sure, there are many battery-powered machines that can cope with heavy loads, but Linde clearly recognises the trust that many owners still place in ICE.
At
...Continue Reading