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.
Flexi Warehouse Systems specialises in updating and transforming existing facilities to improve efficiency and reduce operating costs.
John Maguire, Flexi Narrow Aisle’s sales and marketing director, said: “There are a huge number of existing warehouse buildings across the country constructed and equipped over the last 25-30 years. Due to the huge changes in the retail market and the economy in general, many of these sites are no longer fit for purpose.
“Often the original usage has changed completely and therefore the storage and material handling equipment installed is no longer efficient to say the least. This can present an opportunity to re-design and re-configure, using new technology and handling techniques, to create a much more cost effective operation often with a very attractive pay back period.”
Flexi is just one of the market leading specialists exhibiting at Logistics Link Live.
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 is taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, on the 5th and 6th June. It will see hundreds of 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.
Exhibitors also include: BS Handling Systems, Datalogic, Renovotec and Fork Lift Truck Association.
Registration is free for logistics and supply chain professionals and ensures fast track entry to the show.
For more information, please visit http://live.logisticslink.co.uk