Exhibitions / Congresses

Townsville Industry Week (TIW) 2005

Australia, Townsville - 26th to 28th July 2005
TIW 2005 offers trade visitors the opportunity to source key industry suppliers and network with the leading companies from the manufacturing, mining, mineral processing, transport, logistics, materials handling, industrial and safety sectors....and presents exhibitors with unique access to buyers from the rapidly growing economy of North Queensland.
Date(s)
26th to 28th July 2005
Time(s)
Tuesday, 26th July 2005 Wednesday, 27th July 2005 Thursday, 28th July 2005 10.00am - 6.00pm 10.00am - 7.30pm 10.00am - 4.00pm
Venue
Townsville Showgrounds - 72-104 Ingham Road, West End
Contact for booking / more info
Paul Baker, Account Manager, Tel: 61 2 9422 8822 Email: paul.baker@reedexhibitions.com.au
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In the Discussion Forums

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CEO - Region Americas
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president and CEO
Seegrid Corporation, United States
Chairman
National Road Transport Association, Australia
CEO
Beumer Group, Germany