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29-09-2020 - 02-10-2020
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Type: Fair
Duration: 4 days
Starts: 29-09-2020
Ends: 02-10-2020
Place: Utrecht, Netherlands

Entry: Free (after registering)

WOTS 2020


World of Technology & Science is a chain of technology on one location. The five branches, Industrial Automation, Laboratory Technology, Industrial Electronics, Motion & Drives and Industrial Processing, join forces. Each branch has its own identity, themes and exhibition program.


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