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Krakow, Poland 3 – 4 October / 2012
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About the trade show
Come and join the second edition of MAINTENANCE in Poland, which will take place in Krakow on the 3th and 4th of October 2012.
This second edition of MAINTENANCE in Poland, based on the internationally successful easyFairs show format, will set the foundations for regular meetings of business representatives from the maintenance sector in Poland with suppliers and providers of products and services. We have created this professional platform not only for the presentation of solutions, but also for sharing of knowledge and experience with other professionals in the industry, for analysing the latest market trends and, above all, for networking with your peers and making interesting new business contacts.
easyFairs trade shows are TIME & COST EFFECTIVE: no-fuss, no-nonsense events for people who simply want to do business. For exhibitors and visitors alike, the ROI is clear: little investment, big return.
easyFairs trade shows are compact and on a human scale: visitors can easily find their way around the clearly organised exhibition floor, making it possible for a goals-oriented visit. The uniform stand modules place the emphasis on the quality of the products, not on stand size or decorations: large and small companies alike compete on a level playing field. Although the show only lasts two days, this still gives you plenty of time to see everything and make new business contacts, because it's easy for visitors to make face-to-face contact with exhibitors.
The show is open by invitation only (and free of charge) to professional trade visitors from the industry: managers and administrators, process engineers, those who are directly involved in maintenance processes, and all those responsible for choosing maintenance-related machines and equipment.