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World of Technology & Science

30 Sep 2014 - 03 Oct 2014 - Utrecht, The Netherlands



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The exhibitions HET Instrument and Indusrial Auomation & Drives merged into a new title: World of Technology & Science. This exhibition consists of four generic titles: World of Automation, World of Laboratory, World of Motion & Drives and World of Electronics. 

About 400 companies will exhibit here for four days, promoting their innovations, knowledge and skills in technology. World of Technology & Science offers a wide variety of multiple interactive exhibition projects and a strong conference program.

World of Technology & Science is a show for chemical industry,

laboratory, hospitals, energy, pharmaceutical industry, food industry, environmental.

The exhibition and conference program will take place in Jaarbeurs Utrecht from September 30 – October 3 2014. 

Visitors can register for a free visit at www.wots.nl.



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