Tuesday 25th Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

Logistics Link Live returns to Magna Park

Logistics Link Live is returning to Magna Park on 13th – 14th May, following last year’s debut exhibition in a live warehouse environment, and will once again be offering visitors the chance to see new products, seminars and live demonstrations. 

The exhibition will highlight ways to boost warehouse efficiency through better fleet management, leaner logistics and streamlined supply chain management.

Visitors will be able to see warehouse automation equipment, lift trucks, wireless and RDT systems, voice picking, barcoding, labelling, packaging systems, supply chain and fleet management software and telematics in action at the two day event.

Complementing these will be services such as contract logistics providers, consultancies, specialist services providers, developers and facilities managers.

The exhibition takes place at Gazeley’s Solar warehouse at Magna Park, which boasts an energy-saving, environmentally friendly design.

Its size allows even exhibitors with large-scale products to demonstrate their offering in a real-life setting, with highlights in the Live Arena to include working demonstrations of storage and racking systems, high reach lift trucks manoeuvring in tight spaces, time-efficient packaging equipment and voice picking systems.

Case studies from industry experts will also be discussed as part of the free seminar programme.

Logistics Link Live is aimed at professionals in all aspects of the supply chain, including warehouse, transport and distribution management, IT systems, purchasing and procurement, freight forwarding, supplier management and strategic direction.

Leading logistics suppliers already signed up include: ASG Services, ATMS, Automated Packaging Systems, Belgravium, Briggs Equipment, Clandestine, CoGri Group, Delta WMS, Dematic, Diamond Phoenix, E & K Automation,  E Racking, Easypack, ETS,  George Utz, Grimsby Resin Floors, Handling Storage Solutions, Inotec UK, Kardex, Knapp, MacDonald Humfrey (Automation), Manhattan Associates, Minster Computer Systems, Momote, Narrow Aisle, OBS Logistics, Psion Teklogix, Ranpak BV, RedPrairie, Retalix, Ro Dor, Shrinkfast, Solarsoft Business Systems, SSI Schaefer, Translift Bendi and Vine. 

To find out more or to register for your free ticket to Logistics Link Live visit the web site www.logisticslink.co.uk.