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The event is co-located with Drives & Controls, Air-Tech, MACH 2012, Electrex, National Electronics Week, IPEE (Independent Power Energy & Electricity) and IFPEX (the International Fluid Power Exhibition). Together, the eight shows provide an integrated networking and exhibition platform for engineering decision makers.


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