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2,000 exhibitors set for transport logistic

April 23 - 2,040 exhibitors from 62 countries have registered to take part in transport logistic, the 15th International Exhibition for Logistics, Mobility, IT and Supply Chain Management.

In nine exhibition halls and on the outdoor exhibition area, a total of 110,000 sq m of space will be dedicated to all the latest trends and developments all along the value chain in the sector. transport logistic takes place from May 5 to 8, 2015 at the Messe München exhibition center in Munich.

With around 49 percent of the exhibitors from outside Germany, the growth in exhibitors is coming mainly from abroad. There have been significant increases in the number of exhibitors from China, the Netherlands and Poland. But there are also more companies from Estonia, Italy and Spain this time around. In order the top ten exhibiting countries, after Germany, are: the Netherlands, Italy, Belgium, France, United Kingdom, Austria, Spain, the Czech Republic, Switzerland and China.

HLPFI magazine will be present with our own booth and we look forward to meeting friends old and new at the event.

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