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MHL 2011 (Material handling + Logistics)
Auckland, New Zealand - 21st and 22nd September 2011
Exhibition / trade show

The Materials Handling, Warehousing and Logistics Trade Show
The event was first launched in 2007 and now in its third season, MHL has fast become an important reference point for users in all areas of the supply chain: procurement and manufacturing; warehousing and distribution operations; logistics and strategic planning; e-business and the supply chain of the future.

MHL is the only show dedicated to materials handling, warehousing and logistics and the professional event provides industry buyers with the opportunity to view the most up to date materials, equipment and services and discuss their needs with supply professionals.

Each year, MHL is held in conjunction with The National Safety Show and in 2011 over 160 exhibitors and more than 3500 visitors from throughout New Zealand will attend the 2 day consolidated event to gain ideas, meet suppliers, network and keep up-to-date with the industry's latest developments and innovations.


Date(s):
21st and 22nd September 2011

Venue:
ASAB Showgrounds, Greenlane

Contact for booking / more info:
rachel@hayleymedia.com

http://www.mhlshow.co.nz/
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