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SIL 2005
Barcelona, Spain - 17th to 20th May 2005
Exhibition / trade show

SIL has confirmed itself as a meeting point for all logistics activity in Southern Europe, the Mediterranean Basin, particularly the countries of the Magreb, Latin America and Southeast Asia.

After 6 editions SIL has become the Great Logistics and Transport event in Spain and is at second place in Europe’s exhibitions reference.

SIL 2004 saw an important growth and spectacular development in the exhibition, consolidating itself in the international exhibition calendar as the logistics exhibitions of Southern Europe.

Organized by “Consorci de la Zona Franca”, whose main activity has been centred in promoting and driving leading projects within the real estate and logistics sectors, developing an exhibition Know-how.

Forkliftaction.com advertisers who have informed us that they will be Exhibiting - Concrete Grinding Ltd

Date(s):
17th to 20th May 2005

Venue:
Gran Via M2 Exhibition Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
inma@el-consorci.com



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