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Logimat 2013
Stuttgart, Germany - 19th to 21st February 2013
Exhibition / trade show

LogiMAT, the International Trade Fair for Distribution,
Materials Handling and Information Flow, sets new standards as the biggest annual intralogistics exhibition in Europe.

The Exhibition Director is also committed to continuing the success story of LogiMAT in the coming years: "The challenge for us, just as in logistics itself, lies in reducing rather than managing complexity," said Kazander. "We are aiming for solid growth, but without losing sight of our roots. That doesn´t always mean higher, faster, further. Efficiency often lies in a better and more intelligent integration of proven components." With that the Exhibition Director is already looking ahead, to LogiMAT 2013. "The motto for the event has not yet been decided upon, but already we can promise our exhibitors and visitors some interesting new developments," he summed up. "What is certain is that, as a platform for the sector, LogiMAT will be opening up new perspectives and new horizons in the coming year for its exhibitors and visitors."


Date(s):
19th to 21st February 2013

Venue:
new exhibition centre at Stuttgart Airport

http://www.logimat.de/english/index.php
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