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Truck-ex - Kwa-Zulu Natal 2003
Durban, South Africa - Tuesday 27th May 2003 to Friday 30th May 2003
Exhibition / trade show

The Kwa-Zulu Natal Regional Trade Exhibition - horizontal industrial trade show showcasing a broad spectrum of industrial products, services and solutions available in the Western Cape region.
Primary Product Categories:
Mechanical and Material Handling Technologies:
Air compressors/components
Air conditioning
Boilers and heat exchangers
Cleaning equipment
Engineering supplies (including abrasives, fasteners, fixing bolts, nuts, springs & tools)
Filtration
Heating/cooling/ventilation
Hydraulics/pneumatics
Machine tools
Materials handling (including racking, forklifts, distribution, barcoding, packaging & conveyor systems)
Metals - cutting & welding
Pipes & pumps
Valves, ...............plus many more..............




Date(s):
Tuesday 27th May 2003 to Friday 30th May 2003

Venue:
Durban Exhibition Centre

Ticketing:
Space only R400 per m2, Services package R215 per m2, Outside space R145 per m2, Prices exclude VAT

Contact for booking / more info:
Ms Carmen Lombard E-mail: tmldbn@iafrica.com Website: www.knits.co.za Telephone: 031 266-0900 Fax: 031 266-3677

http://rexman.reedexpo.co.za/reedexpo/index.php
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