IntraLogisteX, the only materials handling and intralogistics show to take place this year, will have two separate conference programme for delegates to discover the latest trends in logistics.
The exhibition will take place on 1st October and 2nd October at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, and is home to both the IntraLogisteX Conference and Automation and Innovation Conference.
The IntraLogisteX Conference has a packed programme, kicking off on Day One with Gavin Clark, senior vice-president of sales EMEA, at Microlistics talk about innovation and augmentation in the warehouse; Adrian Heath, business development manager at Calor, drive the way to sustainability and Grant Gevers, solutions consultant at Sage showing how to achieved process and product consistency across varied operations.
OWR will talk about the flight for flexibility in the warehouse, while BluJay Solutions will look at how mid-market supply chains can attain Amazon levels of service and oxspring will discuss digital business transformation.
Over at the Automation and Innovation Conference, Sally Austin, group human resources director at Wincanton will showcase how to attract talent within the logistics industry, while Tony Mannix, chief executive of Clipper Logistics, will discuss the importance of reverse logistics.
Nick Fox, head of logistics at e-commerce retailer Theory will talk about how to manage last mile deliveries for customers while Carl Lomas MBE, chair of the Insitute of Couriers will also discuss the e-retail challenge and sustainability.
One Day Two Swisslog will show how to use mobile robotics as a pillar of the future-ready warehouse; 6 River Systems will show how collaborative robots can empower employees and drive efficiency and AutoStore will show how it is redefining the retail experience.
Some 125 exhibitors will be at IntraLogisteX 2020 showcasing the latest intralogistics and materials handling technology. Logisticsmanager.com will be revealing more details in the countdown to the return of the show.