EMEX trade show attracts international interest
This year's Engineering & Machinery Exhibition (EMEX 2004) trade show is running from 11 to 13 May at the Auckland Showgrounds.
Two interactive Breakfast Forums will be held, one titled 'Economic Future Thinking' and the other will include discussion on marketing for small-to-medium suppliers.
EMEX 2004 will also host the finals of the 'Challenge Electrical Apprentice of the Year' competition.
Among keynote exhibits will be the latest range of printing and coding systems from Tronics NZ; a c-n-c punching system from PPT; a data collection and reporting system from Andersen Enterprises; and a system for finding job sheets from Digital Filing Solutions (DFS).
Pre-registration is now open for visitors on http://www.emex.co.nz/
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