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Forkliftaction News to cover the big industry issues at IMHX 2019


Thursday, 12 Sep 2019 ( #940 )
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IMHX is just around the corner, so we asked Forkliftaction editor Allan about his expectations for the event:

'As editor of Forkliftaction News, I am looking forward to the buzz of IMHX. In particular, this kind of event is great for sensing the mood of the industry and this particular gathering will be crucial, as it comes so close to the deadline for Brexit. I am sure the topic will be top of mind for UK manufacturers and exporters - and equally vexing for the major European brands that see the UK as a key market for their goods and services.
I will be doing the rounds, checking out the new products and solutions and speaking to the decision makers. I should also be available from time to time at our booth (STAND 20C165), so anyone wanting to catch up should drop in.'

If you would like to make an appointment with the Forkliftaction team at #IMHX2019, please contact us.
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