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Australian Construction Equipment Expo
Melbourne, Australia - Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 February 2007
Exhibition / trade show

The Australian Construction Equipment Expo (ACE) is the leading trade event in the country for the earthmoving, civil contracting and quarry industries. It is held biennially in Victoria and showcases the latest equipment, services and technology for these industries. It also attracts visitors from the demolition, farming, forestry, mining, road construction, hire & rental and government sectors.

ACE 2005 was held at Sandown Racecourse, Melbourne in February 2005 and presented over 150 Exhibitors and over 4,600 registered trade visitors - a 23% increase in visitors on the previous event.

For more information on ACE, go to www.aceexpo.com.au.

Date(s):
Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 February 2007

Time(s):
9am to 5pm DAILY (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Venue:
Sandown Racecourse

Program:
TBC

Ticketing:
$20 inc GST or pre-register for free entry

Contact for booking / more info:
Erin Field ace@etf.com.au



http://www.aceexpo.com.au
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