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7/9/2007

Automatic Systems Inc.

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Information on the company’s full service material handling will be available, with details on turnkey conveyor systems of all types and configurations.

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Information on the company’s full service material handling will be available, with details on turnkey conveyor systems of all types and configurations. Automatic Systems handles product capacities from a few pounds to many thousands of pounds, from monorails, power and free, programmable hoists, and slat and fat top conveyors.

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