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7th East Africa int'l Trade Exhibition 2005
Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania - 20th to 23rd March, 2005
Exhibition / trade show

East Africa's 7th International Trade Exhibition. Held annually in Tanzania, it attracts exhibitors from more than 30 countries and visitors from all over East & Central African countries.

The exhibition is divided into 6 different sections below and exhibitors are placed in their respective sectors. All sectors and their exhibitors are advertised in the invitations and advertisements.

Each exhibitor is also provided with an importers / traders contact database of the sector he is participating in. This includes full details including faxes, emails etc. so that the exhibitor can contact and invite his prospective clientele in advance.

Sector 5 includes;
Industrial Products & Machinery, Plastics & Rubber, Printing & Packaging, Materials Handling, Warehousing, Electrical's, Laboratory & Scientific Equipment, Weighing and Measuring Instruments

Date(s):
20th to 23rd March, 2005

Time(s):
10 AM TO 06 PM Daily Traders Only (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Venue:
DJ Exhibition Halls 1, 2 & 3.

http://www.expolinkexhibitions.com/tanzania/index.htm
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