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PROLogistics & EmPak
Brussels, Belgium - 31st March to 2nd April 2004
Exhibition / trade show

The organizers state: PROlogistics fills an undeniable gap in the Belgian logistics market infrastructure. 'Total supply chain' is the core business of this specialised trade fair. You will be provided with a comprehensive view of the entire logistics chain, from goods handling, warehouse design and layout, buildings management and logistics project development to innovations in the field of goods flow monitoring, data processing and logistics computerization.

As an added incentive for visitors, the packaging trade fair, EmPak, will be presented simultaneously to the PROlogistics event. These two separate initiatives combine to form the perfect professional information source for the logistics sector in Belgium. Visitors will have access to both trade fairs; a more comprehensive presentation simply does not exist.

31st March to 2nd April 2004

9.30 hrs. until 18.00 hrs. - Thursday until 21.00 hrs. (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Brussels Expo, Hall 5 and Patio

Contact for booking / more info:
Wim Desloovere Exhibition Manager Tel. : +32 3 260 81 45 e-mail :

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