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InnoTrans discounted to N. American attendees

Posted on September 4, 2012

Hundreds of U.S. and Canadian buyers will make their way to InnoTrans this year, the world’s largest industry event for transport technology taking place every two years at the Messe Berlin Exhibition Groundsin Berlin, Germany. Show dates are September 18 to 21, 2012.

The North American representative office of InnoTans is offering discounted registration to all North American attendees of the event. To register, North American-based attendees can use the following link:
http://www.rosannete.net/gts/innotrans.html

For questions regarding this event, call the North American office of InnoTrans (732) 933-1118 or email [email protected]

RELATED ARTICLE: Click here to read a METRO article about the previous InnoTrans event.

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