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THE 8th TAIPEI INT’L LOGISTICS SHOW 2002
Taipei, Taiwan - 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th November 2002
Exhibition / trade show

EXHIBITS PROFILE:
Automatic Warehouse System Rack & Picking System, Forklift, AGV & Wagon, Materials Handling Parts, Parts of Conveyor (Roller, Belt, Sensor and Controller), Conveyors System, Packing and Labeling Machine,  Cold-storage system & Dock Shelter, Parking tower & Lifter, Truck & Tail Lifer
Information Processing Equipment & Software Systems(E-Commerce B2B.B2C, Internet Application, Bar-code System, Labeling System, POS System, EOS System, EOI System, Operation Control System)
Transport Service Systems & Equipment (Trucks, Trailers, Cargo Containers, Courier Service)
Distribution Center (Transportation and Warehousing)
Shopping Mall (E-Finance)


Date(s):
16th, 17th, 18th and 19th November 2002

Venue:
Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall

Ticketing:
Space only: US$300/sqm (min. 9sqms) Shell Scheme Space: US$340per/sqm A Shell Scheme Space Booth (3M x 3M) includes below facilities: 2/3 sides wall partition Fascia board with company‘s name Carpet 3 spotlights 1 information table 2 folding chairs 1 110V power point Free listening in the directory Daily cleaning

Contact for booking / more info:
Chan Chao International Co., Ltd. 3F, No. 185, Kangchien Rd., Nei-Hu Dist, Taipei, Taiwan Tel: 886-2-2659 6000 Fax: 886-2-2659 7000

http://www.chanchao.com.tw/doc/eDLOG2002.doc
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