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CeMAT 2005
Hannover, Germany - 11th to 15th October 2005
Exhibition / trade show

The world's leading fair for intralogistics will be premiering in Hannover from 11 to 15 October. Running every three years, the new stand-alone CeMAT will be the international highlight for the materials handling and logistics sector.

The organizers at the Hannover-based trade-fair company Deutsche Messe AG are expecting some 1,000 exhibitors - taking up in excess of 80,000 square meters of net display space - at the first stand-alone CeMAT event. The new showcase - which will take place every three years - is an exciting platform for the latest in-plant materials handling and logistics technologies, providing specialist companies from around the globe with a dedicated venue to present their goods and services more comprehensively and informatively than ever before.

Intralogistics: spotlight on innovation
It's hard to think of another business area that offers companies such huge scope for rationalization and savings as the materials handling and logistics sector. Like the materials it transports, this technology is constantly evolving with the development of more effective, efficient solutions. However, the potential savings offered by new in-plant materials handling and logistics systems often go unnoticed.

11th to 15th October 2005

Exhibition Grounds, Hannover/Germany Halls 11 to 15, 27, open-air site

Contact for booking / more info:
Stefanie Surmann Phone: +49 (511) 89-32123 Fax: +49 (511) 89-32654 E-Mail:

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