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CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2005
Las Vegas, United States - 15th to 19th March 2005
Exhibition / trade show

CONEXPO-CON/AGG will be the largest gathering place in 2005 for the construction and construction materials industries, showcasing equipment, products and services.  

With 2,300 exhibitors covering more than 1.85 million net square feet of exhibit space, CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2005 will be the one source for more than 100,000 industry professionals from over 120 countries. Attendees will come to the show looking for new ideas and products, face-to-face meetings with suppliers, expert education and training, and networking. CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2005 will be co-located with IFPE 2005 - the International Exposition for Power Transmission (see seperate entry in this calendar for IFPE).

Will feature eight international exhibit pavillions - see their website.

Vonberg Valve, inc. will be exhibiting in the IFPE (Fluid power) area, South hall Stand S15121




Date(s):
15th to 19th March 2005

Venue:
Las Vegas Convention Center

Contact for booking / more info:
Petra Kaiser Manager of International Promotion Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) Phone +1 414 298-4133 Fax +1 414 272-1170 E-mail pkaiser@icuee.com or pkaiser@aem.org



http://www.conexpoconagg.com
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