Cirrus Logistics, used the first day of the exhibition to launch its next generation product offering – CLASS 2012 – which has seen a complete technology upgrade over the past 18 months.
Cirrus is just one of a host of leading suppliers exhibiting at the show. The first day attracted a strong visitor attendance, and exhibitors were reporting more optimism among visitors to the show.
Kicking of the second day of the Logistics Manager Conference will be Professor Alan Braithwaite who will be looking at the big supply chain challenges of the next decade – volatility, complexity and global shifts.
And Ruth Waring, managing director of Labyrinth Logistics, will share her to tips for networking success amongst fellow logisticians; she will demonstrate how you need to have a strategy, explain where and when to network and of course, with whom.
Visitors can also see innovative products brought to life in the six Live Demonstration Zones, as well as visiting a host of leading equipment and IT suppliers on their stands.
Other highlights include: the RTITB test zone and the Technical Supplier Seminars.
Visitors to Logistics Link Live will also have free access to the Subcon Show to explore the latest in contract and sub-contract manufacturing.
Logistics Link Live takes place in Hall 3a at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on 13th and 14th June.