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CI Logistics exhibit in materials handling hall at WIN Turkey 2011

As part of its expansion plans, Leicester based CI Logistics has committed to exhibiting in the Materials Handling Hall at WIN Turkey 2011 from the 3rd – 6th February 2011. The event will take place at Tuyap Fair Convention & Congress Center, Istanbul, Turkey. A worldwide audience of 50,000 visitors is expected at the fair which will span over 4 days and feature over 600 exhibitors.

"This is an exciting adventure for us," claims Gary Bale, CI Logistics’ managing director. He continues, "We are looking to develop new business relationships and representation in rapidly developing overseas markets and we feel exhibiting at WIN Turkey will help us achieve this.

"It is our belief that trade opportunities will improve once Turkey becomes an EU member and we want to be in a position to take advantage of that. The last eighteen months or so has seen CI achieve new heights with major contract wins including Diageo, Smith & Nephew, Cummins UK and Jane Norman.

"With experience of successful projects already in our portfolio in locations such as France, Middle East, Far East and North America, we know we have the skills, experience and capability to deliver innovative solutions to conveying and storage challenges in overseas markets," concludes Bale.

CI Logistics is one of the UK’s largest manufacturers of materials handling solutions. The company supplies equipment internationally including overhead conveyors, floor conveyors, garment conveyors and storage systems; it also has an in-house electrical controls design and build service enabling it to provide innovative solutions to all materials handling challenges.

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