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Electronex returns to Melbourne

31-08-2010
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Electronex returns to Melbourne

 

Electronex, Australia’s largest specialised exhibition and conference for the electronics sector, returns to Melbourne from September 11-12.

Electronex will be held in conjunction with the SMCBA Design & Manufacture Conference at the Melbourne Park Function Centre.

These shows are a must for OEMs and electronic systems designers and integrators.  

The Electronex show alternates annually between Sydney and Melbourne and additional space has been taken to accommodate the growth of the event.  

Bookings are now open.

For further information, including a floorplan with available sites visit:

www.electronex.com.au or ph: 03 9676 2133.

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