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Book now for IICA’s Wagga Wagga Trade Show

The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation (IICA) is holding a free Trade Show exhibition in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, on 24 March from 2pm to 7pm.

The newest and most innovative engineering industry products will be on show at the annual regional Trade Show, which will be hosted by IICA’s New South Wales Division.

Over 35 exhibitors will represent companies from the industry; both large global firms and small contracting companies will be showcasing their wares at the event.

The Trade Show is aimed at end users, consultants, contractors, project managers, electrical or electronics engineers, electricians, tradespersons, fitters, technicians, apprentices and students who are involved in the process and control engineering market.

The event will also offer free technical and demonstration sessions. These are as follows:

‘Building Power Monitoring’ By Hubert Habicht APCS

‘PC 1600 Controller Application Example’ by Richard Gobee, OEM Technology Solutions

‘How to Install a Drive’ By Craig Southwell, Schneider-Electric

‘Demonstration of Jobs Board’ by Ray Pavri, Sustainergy

IICA NSW Chairman, Richard Gobee, said the Trade Show is designed for everyone involved in the engineering field – from the shop floor to the top door – including designers, engineers, technicians and operators, and purchasing and management delegates.

“Our Trade Shows offer something to people involved at all levels of the engineering industry and provide a rare opportunity to view the hottest and best products on the market,” said Gobee.

The Trade Show will take place at the Wagga RSL, Dobbs St, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 from 2—7pm on 24 March 2010.

Contact Julie Meynell on or 0410 334 333 to book.

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