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Marketplace notes


Thursday, 6 Oct 2005 ( #229 )
News Story
The Forkliftaction.com team will be present at CeMAT in Hannover from October 11-15. If you are a dealer and visiting CeMAT, we welcome you to have a chat with our team about the Marketplace.

View a live demo of the Marketplace online and get a preview of the exclusive dealer access. Find us in HALL 11 – STAND E20.

If you are already a Marketplace dealer, then please come and share with us your experiences! We want to meet you and hear your feedback. See you there!

To register for dealer access, contact dealers@forkliftaction.com.

Have a great week! The Marketplace team.
Contact us on marketplace@forkliftaction.com" – Phone: +61 7 3369 9090 – Fax: +61 7 3369 9096.
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