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Thursday, 22 Oct 2009 ( #433 ) - Australia
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Around 10,000 visitors are expected to attend the Safety Show and Sydney Materials Handling next week.
Sydney event expects 10,000 visitors
Sydney, New South Wales

Around 10,000 visitors are expected to attend the safety and materials handling shows and conference taking place in Sydney next week.

Running from Tuesday October 27 to Thursday October 29, the events will dominate Safe Work Australia Week in New South Wales.

Exhibitors at Sydney Materials Handling, with its focus on "lift, shift and move", will showcase logistics and warehouse management equipment, including radio frequency identification (RFID) systems, forklifts, conveyors, storage systems, software and waste management.

ICHCA looks at terminal automation
Adelaide, South Australia

The next ICHCA luncheon takes place in Adelaide at The Lakes Resort Hotel on 28 October. Speaker Howard Wren, technical director of AECOM, will focus on "Terminal Automation – A time for change?"
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