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AUSPLAS 2011 prize winners

07-12-2010
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Two lucky exhibitors at next year’s AUSPLAS 2011 exhibition have won Hamper World hampers valued at over $270 – just by registering early for the show.

Fleming Plastics Equipment and Kaeser Compressors Australia will receive their hampers in time for Christmas.

Stay tuned for more special offers from AUSPLAS in the New Year.

AUSPLAS 2011, Australia’s only trade show for the plastics processing industry, will be held at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Southbank from May 24-27.
 
Exhibition Management Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9699 4699
www.ausplas.com

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