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IMHX 2010
Birmingham, United Kingdom - 16th to 19th November 2010
Exhibition / trade show

International Materials Handling Exhibition.
reports that exhibitor space at the show is over 70% sold already. The event is co-owned by BITA (British Industrial Truck Association), IMHX has always had a large core of support from the manual handling sector but the show has also attracted increasing numbers of automated handling exhibitors, as well as software providers and consultancy firms.

The show will feature a special pavilion for automated handling system suppliers.

IMHX continues to enjoy support from across the UK’s trade associations. The show will feature not only materials handling equipment but also health and safety systems; software solutions; racking and shelving; storage systems; pallets and palletising equipment; property; recruitment and training services; third party logistics; transport and distribution; flooring; packaging; handling system design; financial services; and warehousing.

Held only once every three years, IMHX is a showcase for thousands of products and services and the 2010 event is set to feature once again the very best in handling and logistics from around the globe. Over 160 exhibitors are already committed to the show, including many of the industry’s leading UK and European companies.

Date(s):
16th to 19th November 2010

Venue:
NEC, Birmingham

http://www.imhx.biz
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