Saturday 22nd Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

What would you get 3D printed?

3D printing will be centre stage of IntraLogisteX next month, and now you have the opportunity to suggest what gets printed.

The organisers of this year’s only UK intralogistics exhibition have put together a a survey, found here, with the most popular answers shortlisted for an opportunity of live construction at the exhibition.

3D printing has the potential to revolutionise the traditional supply chain model and the
IntraLogisteX exhibition, taking place on 25th & 26th March 2015 in the Jaguar Exhibition Hall of 
the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, UK, will give visitors a unique chance to see this technology in action.

Laser Lines will give visitors a first-hand look at 3D printing in practice and will be just one innovator 
on hand within the Future Zone giving attendees the chance to see the very latest technologies 
that are playing a role in the future of intralogistics.

A number of leading industry suppliers will be exhibiting at IntraLogisteX, and the agenda has been accredited by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport with ten CPD hours, allowing attendees to keep up with their professional qualifications. Attendees of IntraLogisteX will gain five CPD hours for each of the exhibition’s two days.

IntraLogisteX, will include a host of special zones and pavilions highlighting different aspects of intralogistics:

• AMHSA members will be highlighting innovations in automated handling and storage.

• There will be a comprehensive seminar programme focusing on critical issues in intralogistics operations.

• Demonstration zones will highlight the latest technology in action.

• And a special feature for 2015 will be a “Future Zone” demonstrating cutting-edge technologies that will impact on intralogistics in the years to come.

For further details click here.