Take the opportunity to see live demonstrations of the leading warehouse systems and equipment at Logistics Link Live, the latest in the UK’s best-attended series of regional logistics exhibitions.
Logistics Link Live 2010 takes place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on 16-17 June.
One of the UK’s finest equipped centres, the Ricoh Arena is the new permanent home for Logistics Link Live, conveniently located in the heart of England and within easy reach of the motorway and rail networks.
The highlight of the event is the best opportunity for logistics decision-makers to view live demonstrations of leading warehouse management solutions in the Live Demonstration Zone.
And a series of free seminars running on both days will enable attendees to hear about the latest developments in supply chain technologies.
Two of the UK’s leading and most innovative suppliers of materials handling equipment, Translift Bendi and Jungheinrich, will be demonstrating their latest advances in the Zone. Jungheinrich will be highlighting new developments in order picking systems designed to meet the growing demand for reduced inventories, just-in-time deliveries and the explosion in on-line shopping.
Additionally, Transdek UK will be demonstrating its 6.5-tonne double-deck lift, a number of which are being installed at Tesco stores.
A further seven leading suppliers of logistics software and IT systems – Inotec, Belgravium, Psion, OBS Logistics, Zetes, VoiteQ and Cirrus – are presenting free seminars on subjects from Warehouse and Transport management software, WMS to vehicle data capture and voice-activated solutions.
Exhibitors will be presenting products and services ranging from materials handling machinery, packaging and labelling systems, automated storage and handling equipment to warehouse building services. For visitors interested in IT systems and software for both warehouse and transport applications, Logistics Link Live will offer the biggest choice under one roof for years. Dozens of exhibitors will be presenting the latest in WMS, RFID, scanners and bar codes, stock track and trace, remote vehicle monitoring, transport and fleet planning and management, mobile computing and many more.
Visit the web site for more details: www.logisticslink.co.uk