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Best European or world predictive maintenance exibition

Best European or world predictive maintenance exibition

Best European or world predictive maintenance exibition

I'm creating a new company branch as predicitve maintenance for customers so i need to buy some instrumentation.
I've already bought a vibration portable instrument but because i want to provide more services i'm looking for the rest of instrumentation.
Often the best opporunity is in exibitions wher it possible to see, touch, try other than compared various offer.

I'm looking for the best exibition focused on predictive maintenance possibly located in europe but i can travel so possibly also outside.

Have you ever visited some exibition? what do you suggest?


RE: Best European or world predictive maintenance exibition

Your Welcome for Thanks or feedback in advance!


RE: Best European or world predictive maintenance exibition

Thank you walt for your suggestion.

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