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CeMAT 2008
Hannover, Germany - 27th to 31st May 2008
Exhibition / trade show

In 2008 CeMAT will once again offer fascinating insights into the future of intralogistics. Alongside various special displays and
forums, the line-up will include an entirely new section called “Intralogistics Research”. The Industry Meeting Points will
once again be a veritable mine of information for visitors, while the Intralogistics Campus serves as a magnet for those
planning to embark on a career in the logistics sector.

Forkliftaction will have a stand Hall 25 Stand C26

Raeder Vogel will be exhibiting.
Kaup will have a stand - Outside area (FG)  /  Stand No. K02

Date(s):
27th to 31st May 2008

Time(s):
daily, 9am to 6pm (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Venue:
Exhibition Grounds, 30521 Hannover, Germany

Program:
TBA

Ticketing:
Prices in EURO One-day ticket (advance sales): 21.00 One-day ticket (at the ticket office): 25.00 Five-day ticket (advance sales): 35.00 Five-day ticket (at the ticket office): 45.00 One-day ticket (for school pupils from age 15, students and persons doing military service or compulsory community service): 10.00

Contact for booking / more info:
CeMAT Team Deutsche Messe Messegelände 30521 Hannover GERMANY Tel: +49 511 89-0 Fax: +49 511 89-32626

http://www.cemat.de
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