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Control 2007 Quality Assurance Trade Fair

April 1, 2007
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SINSHEIM, GERMANY-Control, the international trade fair for quality assurance, now in its 21st year, remains true to the principles of total practice orientation and marketability. It will be held May 8 to 11 in Sinsheim, Germany. The Sinsheim Exhibition Centre provides 430,000 square feet of exhibition space available for trade fairs and exhibitions in six pavilions, which are equipped with up-to-date technical standards. Located at the threshold of economically strong regions of concentrated industry including Hessen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria, the Sinsheim Exhibition Centre has access to enormous economic potential. The Control exhibition program covers measuring technology, material testing, analysis apparatus, optoelectronics, quality assurance systems and organization. For more information, visit www.control messe.com/en/control.

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