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TOC 2002 Americas
Miami Florida, United States - 19th,20th and 21st November 2002
Conference / congress

TOC 2002 Americas - The Practical Ports & Terminals Event For The Americas, the organisers claim this conference to be , the definitive meeting place for key players in the industry. Visitors will be expecting exhibitors who are manufacturers and suppliers of:

quayside cranes, crane components, crane control & drive systems, FLT's, reach stackers, tractors, trailers & chassis systems, ro-ro equipment, cable reels, cables, clamps, brakes, crane rails, engines, tyres, straddle carriers, mobile cranes, general cargo cranes, RMG's, gantry cranes, spreaders, ropes, bulk handling cranes, grabs, stackers & reclaimers, conveyors, terminal planning & automation systems, lighting, dredging, port construction, consultancy service, forest products equipment & cassette systems, AGV's, SLT's, floating cranes, heavy lift ?crane transportation
paving/surfacing, transmissions, axles, IT systems, RDT, GPS, Fendering
ramps & weighbridges



Date(s):
19th,20th and 21st November 2002

Time(s):
TBA (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Venue:
Hyatt Regency Miami

Program:
TBA

Ticketing:
TBA

http://www.toc-events.com/tocamerica/
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