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September 13th, 2006

Important hub for product engineering

Abstract:
Companies from 13 countries will participate at this year’s MATERIALICA – 9. International Trade Fair for Material Applications, Surfaces and Product Engineering – which takes place from October 10 through October 12, 2006, at the New Munich Trade Fair Center. Approximately 350 providers of semifinished products, parts, components, systems and services will present their products from the composites, plastics, metal, ceramics, surface & nano as well as testing & research fields at this year’s continuously growing industry-oriented trade fair.

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