METALSISTEM will be showcasing just a few of the endless variety and configurations of European storage systems that are available in Australia on stand 202 at MATEX 2008.

METALSISTEM’s stand will include:

• Wide range of pallet racking systems approved by a world leading safety and standards codes.

• Drive in display using UNIBUILD racking.

• Long span shelving using Super 456.

• Our successful modular & boltless shelving system Super 123 with a full range of accessories.

• Super 456 mezzanine structure for retail and industrial purposes.

• Multi tiered application using Super 123 with walkways.

• METALSISTEM SIDAC gondola system for shop fittings.

• Stainless steel outdoor furniture.

According to Ms Oshi Kirk from METALSISTEM, they have been exhibiting with MATEX since 2005.

“Being a wholesaler for the METALSISTEM brand in Australasia we find it easier to extend our network after an exhibition like MATEX since the unique display we design every year attracts a large number of potential distributors.” she said.

Come and see the METALSISTEM on stand 202 at MATEX 2008 – Australia’s premier materials handling and warehousing exhibition. MATEX 2008 will be held as a three-day exhibition at the Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney Olympic Park, from the 15th to the 17th of April. To find out more about MATEX 2008 log on to


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