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13th Annual Northwest Material Handling Show
Portland, Oregon, United States - 11th and 12th June 2003
Exhibition / trade show

New Northwest Regional Manufacturing Technology & Industrial Show & Conference (NWMI) is now a "Four in One" event:
Featuring:
13th Annual Northwest Plant Engineering & Maintenance Show
13th Annual Northwest Material Handling Show
13th Annual Northwest Machine Tool Show
4th Annual Northwest OEM Show (formerly the Northwest Design Engineering Show)

The organizers state that the Northwest Regional Manufacturing Technology & Industrial Show and Conference 2003 (NWMI '03) is a FOUR-IN-ONE EVENT. Four established shows are merging to create a spectacular, must-see EVENT for manufacturing and industrial professionals.

For years, each show has served its industry well, offering unique features for its target audience. The synergy created by their combination will generate an exciting event and a great value for exhibitors and attendees. Four very distinctive shows, now one blockbuster event! New, inter-related industries mixing in an optimum sales environment, coalescing to produce an explosive promotional opportunity!

No one under 18 allowed.


Date(s):
11th and 12th June 2003

Time(s):
Exhibit Hours: Wednesday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Thursday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Conference hours: Will be posted on their website once they become available. (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

Venue:
Oregon Convention Center, Portland, OR

Contact for booking / more info:
For exhibiting information, please email:Larry Coulter or call 800 548-1407. lcoulter@proshows.com

http://www.proshows.com/shows/?cmd=nwmi
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