The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is inviting visitors to June’s Logistics Link Live show, 8-9 June at the NEC, to join them in a series of free taster seminars covering some of today’s most vital logistics issues.
The new conference programme introduced in February’s Logistics Link exhibition was so successful that there was standing room only for many delegates, and with an even more extensive range of topics, demand for the Logistics Link Live sessions may be even higher.
Topics will include: Maximising cost reduction and operational efficiencies; Optimising warehouse processes; Logistics procurement; Eco-friendly logistics; benchmarking warehouse operations; supplier/customer collaboration; customer-driven supply chains; supply chain awareness; and reverse logistics.
Logistics Link Live has more new features, attractions and live displays, and added value for manufacturing and assembly executives because it is running alongside Subcon 2011.
RTITB is also inviting all currently NORS registered counterbalance operators and RTITB registered instructors along to their stand 237 to take part in ‘THE SAFE AND VICTORIOUS’ forklift operating challenge.
Along with 50 live demonstrations over the two days, the Logistics Manager conference and the Buyer Networking Lounge, Logistics Link Live promises to be the most time-effective exhibition for the logistics industry of the year.
Entry to the show and the popular seminar programme is free but visitors are recommended to book well in advance. For further information and to register for free tickets, go to http://www.logisticslink.co.uk. For Subcon 2011 visit http://www.subconshow.co.uk.