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BULKEX 2006
Melbourne, Australia - 25th to 27th September 2006
Exhibition / trade show

BULKEX is now the largest exhibition of its kind in the Asia Pacific Region. BULKEX 2004 provided the opportunity to showcase products and services to more than 3000 visitors. The conference addressed key issues and examined leading technologies within the bulk handling industry.

The BULKEX 2006 exhibitor numbers are about to overtake the number of exhibitors who participated in 2004. With a floorplan 40% bigger than previous years, there are still exceptional locations available. BULKEX 2006 promises to be bigger and better!

The Asia-Pacific Bulk Materials Handing Conference will run alongside the exhibition and will showcase best practice and innovation through case studies, complemented by presentations from internationally renowned technical experts, four in-depth technical workshops and two site visits. This conference provides excellent value and an essential update for you and your team.



Date(s):
25th to 27th September 2006

Venue:
Melbourne Exhibition Centre

http://www.bulkex.com.au/informaoz/bulkex/home.html
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