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Storage and retrieval are becoming ever more revolutionary in order for logistics departments to squeeze greater levels of operational efficiency and flexibility from their warehouses and distribution centres.

Equally, greater use of automation and increased levels of integration between the systems characterise the modern warehouse environment.

Visitors to Logistics Link 2005 will be able to assess the latest storage and automated handling technology as new exhibitors Link 51 and Travhydro join several leading suppliers including Allibert Buckhorn, Linpac Storage Systems and SSI Schaefer in demonstrating the full complement of design, consultancy, supply and installation services from basic racking and shelving systems through to fully integrated automated high bay warehousing and high speed order picking systems.

Making its second appearance at Logistics Link is Lifetime Logistics, a specialist provider of project and implementation management; construction and fit-out management; project validation and software quality management; and conveyor PLC control software and Scada.

The latest in carousel storage techniques and in marking and identification will be featured by Diamond Phoenix, Beaverswood and Robstock, all new exhibitors to Logistics Link. ASG Services, Beaverswood and Robstock are exhibiting a wide range of warehouse and floor marking systems.

Arca Systems will be on hand to outline its product range which includes stack and nest containers, pallets, secure distribution containers, foldable box pallets and small parts storage trays.

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