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2003 Kansas City Material Handling & Packaging Show (KCMH)
Kansas City, MO, United States - 7th and 8th May 2003
Exhibition / trade show

This show runs concurrently with the Kansas City Engineering & Plant Operations Show
May 7-8, 2003
Kansas City Material Handling & Packaging Show (KCMH) will focus on material handling applications, technology and management strategies for increasing productivity, cutting operating costs, improving safety, supporting effective planning, and facilitating product/information flow.

A free, two-day conference runs concurrently with the show, featuring one-hour sessions on the latest topics concerning facility engineers, material handling and maintenance professionals.

Exhibitors to the show are providers of material handling, logistics, distribution, and warehousing products and services.  

No one under 18 allowed.




Date(s):
7th and 8th May 2003

Time(s):
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Thursday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

Venue:
The Business & Technology College, Exhibit Hall,, Kansas City, MO

Contact for booking / more info:
For Exhibiting information contact Mark Tager mtager@proshows.com (800) 548-1407 ext. 215

http://www.proshows.com/shows/?cmd=kcmh
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