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Two shows under one roof

31-08-2010
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Two shows under one roof

The 3PL, E-Warehouse Management and Solutions Show organised by Fair Events, and Reed Exhibitions’ e-commerce Expo will run alongside each other at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on March 26-27.

Together they will provide today’s businesses with a one-stop view into the future of digital transactions (the ecommerce Conference & Expo) and fulfillment by the modern supply chain (3PL Show).

“They are ideal companion events for businesses looking for the latest innovations and solutions in a fast changing digital world. With one visit to two shows you can see the bigger picture,” said Gary Fitz-Roy, Managing Director of Fair Events.

Entry to both exhibitions is free, with a single registration to either event allowing seamless access between them.

Register online at: www.3plshow.com.au/register/

For more details on the e-commerce Conference & Expo visit: http://www.ecomexpomelbourne.com.au/

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