Monday 24th Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

Find out about the Logistics Locker

Skills for Logistics is inviting visitors to Logistics Link Live to find out about the Logistics Locker which is designed to attract dynamic new talent and to develop the skills of existing employees.

The Logistics Locker is one of SfL’s products designed for companies that are involved in the moving, handling, storing and wholesale of goods

Visitors to the stand will also be able to look at the Skills Calculator, the Professional Development Stairway and other products such as Mentoring, the Job Club and the Logistics Guild.

SfL works alongside companies in the UK that are involved in moving, handling, storing and wholesale of goods.

A new online freight exchange, Shipntrak, will be unveiled at Logistics Link Live.

Shipntrak, which is powered by global vehicle tracking company Simplytrak, is positioned as “the smarter online freight exchange”.

It will connect shippers and hauliers, matching cargo with available space and allowing live tracking of the cargo from pick up to delivery.

Ehab Allam, managing director of Shipntrak, said: “Our new online exchange will provide a simple, effective way to maximise journey profitability for hauliers and offer shippers a competitive way to source those hauliers at the best price for their load. We are looking forward to unveiling the site at Logistics Link Live and exposing its features and functionality to a targeted logistics community for the first time.”

Shipntrak is just one of the market leading specialists exhibiting at Logistics Link Live, which takes place at the NEC from 5th to 6th June.

Flexi Narrow Aisle will use Logistics Link Live to highlight its new Warehouse Systems Division as well as showing models from its articulated forklift truck range. The Systems Division has been launched to offer a range of warehouse planning and design and implementation services to the logistics industry.

OBS Logistics will host a free seminar session, entitled “The Bare Essentials of Integrated Delivery Management”, at Logistics Link Live 2013.

The seminar will discuss how technology can be used across the supply chain to increase automation and reduce the risk of error, duplication and loss.

Logistics Link Live will see new software systems and new equipment on display, with leading companies covering all areas of logistics.

Live demonstrations will take place throughout the two days, both on stands and in the live demo arenas, enabling visitors to compare the latest products and solutions and see for themselves how they can be used to optimise their operations.

Registration is free for logistics and supply chain professionals and ensures fast track entry to the show.

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