Electronex 2011 now open


Australia’s largest event for production electronics opens in Melbourne today for the first time.

The two-day show at the Melbourne Park Function Centre features all the latest electronics solutions from the leading suppliers in one location under one roof.

A special $6 flat all day flat parking rate is available for visitors. This applies for parking in the Northern Car Park located opposite the show entrance.

Public transport is also available near the venue entrance.

Visitors will be treated to new technologies and ideas as well as expert advice from industry leaders.

Visitors can still register free online and get a chance to win an Apple iPad 2.

Registration is also available at the entrance.

The show returns to Melbourne in 2013.

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