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METKO 2004
Helsinki, Finland - 2nd, 3rd, 4th September 2004
Exhibition / trade show

According to the organisers, METKO gathers the professionals of forest contracting, earth constructions and peat production as well as the marketing companies supplying machinery, services and products to this sector.

The specialities of METKO are the separate demonstration fields for forest machines and earth construction machines, where the machines can be shown and tested in their real working environment. The products and services represented by the exhibitors at METKO are of very wide range and not limited by the organizer as long as the target groups for the marketer are contractors and forestry contracting professionals working in the fields of earth construction, peat production and truck transportation.


Date(s):
2nd, 3rd, 4th September 2004

Venue:
Jamsankosken Metsaoppilaitos

Contact for booking / more info:
FinnMetko Oy Sitratie 7 00420 Helsinki Tel +358 9 566 00126 Fax +358 9 563 0329 e-mail: erkki.eilavaara@koneyrittajat.fi

http://www.metko.fi
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