Come and visit us at the Logistics Link North Exhibition today and tomorrow along with some of Europe’s top logistics and materials handling suppliers.
New this year is the Logistics Optimisation Clinic where logistics and supply chain experts from leading consultancies will be providing advice on a range of issues
There will also be live demonstrations of the latest industrial print and apply labelling systems; picker trucks; shrink wrapping technology; articulated forklift trucks; voice-picking technology; barcoding and RFID products.
The exhibition takes place in Doncaster, providing an unmissable opportunity to test and compare some of the industry’s most innovative products and services in a warehouse environment.
This year’s venue is the new V3 Doncaster development, a major new business initiative close to Junction 3 of the M18, and the Southern Gateway Improvement scheme that is currently under construction.
AEB (International) Ltd
BS Handling Systems
Clydebuilt Business Solutions
CSI Business Systems
Dynamic Storage Systems
Flexi Narrow Aisle
Grimsby Resin Floors
Handling & Storage Solutions
Invest in Doncaster
Junction 4 Pallets
M L P S
OBS Logistics Ltd
Optima Warehouse Solutions
Rack Safety Solutions
The Logistics Link North show is expected to attract more than 1,000 visitors and dozens of exhibitors from all over the North and Midlands, attracted by features such as free conference seminars and a new Logistics Clinic providing down-to-earth, practical advice and guidance on topical issues designed to appeal to any executive looking to improve supply chain productivity.
Speakers include senior executives from companies such as John Lewis, Molson Coors Brewers and Sothebys.
You can register for a free admission here: http://north.logisticslink.co.uk
Lynton Developments has submitted plans to the council for a home deliveries centre with 198 car parking spaces, service yards, vehicle maintenance buildings, vehicle fuelling and washing facilities and landscaping on a 21 acres site close at Manor Royal.
The centre will be run 24/7 and employ 600 people with up to 60 per cent full time and 40 per cent part time. The council’s development committee has agreed to the plans but as the scheme is on non-employment land it is deemed to go against the local plan and must be ratified by the whole council. Local councillors are concerned that if they turn down the application they will lose these valuable jobs to another borough.
The dot.com centre will service Brighton Hove and the surrounding district.