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NA 2008
Cleveland, United States - 21st to 24th April 2008
Exhibition / trade show

NA 2008 -- the most comprehensive manufacturing, distribution, warehousing and logistics trade event to be held in North America in 2008.


ATTENDEES
Industry professionals from the United States, Canada, Mexico and around the world are expected to attend. They will attend to find productivity solutions through material handling for their manufacturing, distribution and warehousing operations.


EXHIBITORS
Over 400 exhibitors from industry, commerce and government will display their productivity solutions'

Keytroller will have a booth - please visit Terry Wickman there.
Troutman Distribution LLC will be at Booth 3234. Visit Terry Troutman and see  their Rack Deflektor and Speedshield product lines.


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Date(s):
21st to 24th April 2008

Venue:
International Exposition Center (I-X Center)

Contact for booking / more info:
Carol Miller 800-345-1815 cmiller@mhia.org 704-676-1190 e-mail at cmiller@mhia.org.
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