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Materials & Manual Handling
Melbourne, Australia - 8th to 10th April 2003
Exhibition / trade show

Event Description:
Supported by the Australian Safety Equipment Industry Association, this exhibition boasts the latest in materials and manual handling solutions. Held in conjunction with Safety In Action 2003, this show attracts over 6500 trade visitors from a wide variety of industry sectors from throughout Australia.

Exhibitor Information:
Forklifts Trolleys Hoists Extendable and Telescopic Conveyors Scissor Lifts Vacum Lifting Drum Handling Palletising Equipment Fork Truck Pickers & Accessories Telescopic Handlers Automation / Engineering Storing and Racking Components Tyres, Wheels and Castors

Attendee Information:
Directors, owners, maintenance/operation managers, purchasing officers, warehouse managers, logistic and transport specialists, construction and manufacturing workers, government agencies and health and safety officers.



Date(s):
8th to 10th April 2003

Venue:
Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre 2 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, VIC 3006

http://www.tsnn.co.uk/events/evitem.cfm?ID=342859
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