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Interlev
Lyon, France - 10th, 1th and 12th October 2002
Exhibition / trade show

7th Trade fair for lifting, Handling, Industrial Transfer and Person Hoisting equipment INTERLEV brings together professionals from throughout the business sector: constructors, entrepreneurs, distributors, renters, repairers and principals. It is organised under the patronage of the SNUG (the national trade union for crane users and lifting, assembly and handling entrepreneurs), the DLR, the SEIMAT and with the agreement of the exhibitors at the last trade fair.
INTERLEV will be dedicated to mobile cranes, lifting platforms and off-road platforms and handling equipment, along with components, services, equipment and specialised peripheral hardware Major names In the lifting Industry will actively participate In the programme of these three days, with France chairmanship of the SNUG under the spotlight and the participation of the European union for voluminous and ponderous transport and automobile cranes (E.S.T.A.).
The exhibition will take place on a 25 000 m2 asphalt area, with a large visitors' car park and an off-road demonstration area.

Date(s):
10th, 1th and 12th October 2002

Venue:
Eurexpo

http://www.idexpo.com/uk/salons/interlev/index.html
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