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RPEM/RMH '02
Reno, Nevada, United States - 1st and 2nd October, 2002
Exhibition / trade show

The organisers state that the trade show and conference are designed to provide a forum for local engineering and material handling professionals to explore the wide range of products and services available to keep their operations running efficiently and will also feature the 1st Annual RMH Forklift Rally.
Competitors from distribution and warehousing operations from all over Northern Nevada and the Sacramento area will participate in the rally. The competition will test their precision and judgment while demonstrating their safety skills. They will be judged on their steering, maneuvering, driving, lifting, stacking, and unstacking skills.

Date(s):
1st and 2nd October, 2002

Venue:
Reno-Sparks Convention Center

Contact for booking / more info:
Professional Trade Shows Penton Media, Inc. Bryan Fernandez, 510/354-3131 (RPEM '02 Show) Fax: 510/354-3159 Email: bfernandez@proshows.com Matt Tager, 510/354-3131 (RMH '02 Show) Fax: 510/354-3159 Email: mtager@proshows.com http://www.businesswire.com

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