IntraLogisteX 2020 will bring the most innovative and cutting-edge intralogistics technologies to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on 1st and 2nd October in an essential exhibition for logistics and warehousing professionals.
With over 125 exhibitors from across the world of automation, warehouse management, picking and sortation, software storage, transport management and more there’s plenty to see, people to meet (safely of course!) and learn all about the latest developments in the world of materials handling and intralogistics.
So why not banish those working from home blues and start planning your visit with our quick A-Z guide to attending IntraLogisteX 2020… starting with A.
A is for Automation. There’s a major focus on automation at IntraLogisteX 2020, with 72 of the 125 plus exhibitors offering automation in one form or another. That includes, but is not limited to, BS Handling Systems; Element Logic; Geek +; HikRobot; KNAPP; Linde; OW Robotics; Packaging by Quadient; RAR UK and SwissLog… and many, many more!
And while 13 may be unlucky for some, it certainly isn’t for those attending IntraLogisteX 2020, as there are a record 13 exhibitors beginning with the letter A!
So why not start with The Access Group on stand 420 and discover the supply chain software that can give you insight into every part of your business? Or pop over to stand 530 and see ACD Elektronik and see its range ofportable devices and applications for retail and logistics.
AchieveTech Solutions can be found on stand 800 and it will showcase Apex Supply Chain Technologies intelligent, automated cabinet dispensing solutions while Active Handling Systems (stand 704) offers a conveyor range includes gravity roller, powered roller, and pallet handling type conveyors as well as its mobile “Plug & Play” conveyors.
If you visit Advance Automated Systems (stand 734) you’ll be able to find out all about its simple conveyor units right through to its full turnkey materials handling systems. AGF UK has over 40 years of experience in the manufacturing, planning, supply and installation of storage and material handling solutions, so you can find out what they can do for you on stand 314.
Why not see one of the leading provider of Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGV) Systems and control devices AGVE on stand 1124 or visit Amber Industries, a specialist in the design, manufacture and installation of mechanical handling and package, tote and carton conveyor systems on stand 1130
AMH Material Handling provides material handling solutions ranging from conveyors, sortation systems and garment on hanger (GOH) solutions through to mezzanine and structural steel installations. You can discover their latest developments on stand 722.
Attensi (stand 1122) is a game-changer in how companies train their employees. Visitors to IntraLogisteX 2020 can find out about how game-based training combines the best of psychology, learning, and gaming to create immersive, interactive experiences that employees love, in formats they already engage with. On Day 1 of Intralogistex (1st October) delegates can join Attensi for a conversation with Mark Hopkins, business change manager at Waitrose. Hopkins will discuss how his team successfully used game-based training to replace legacy systems. On Day 2 (2ndOctober), delegates can learn how game-based training can empower your warehouse employees to improve picking efficiency and reduce their onboarding time. On both days you will also be able to try its game-based training simulations. Not to be missed!
Audion Elektro (stand 204) will see if they have the right package for you while showcasing its Speed Pack Hybrid order fulfilment bagging system for e-commerce while Aurora Lighting (stand 540) will shine a light on its AOne Smart Lighting system.
Rounding out the ‘A’s is AutoStore Systems, which will bring its robotics-powered and cube-based inventory management system to stand 200. Element Logic (stand 642) recently won a contract to automation operations at Scandinavian Cosmetics in Malmö, Sweden – which will see them deploy AutoStore automated storage and picking – and you can learn all about AutoStore before you even get to IntraLogisteX by watching our Overcoming Fulfilment and Distribution Challenges in Covid-19 webinar.
And A just isn’t for 13 of the 125 exhibitors… A also stands for the Automation and Innovation Conference – which has a full programme across both days of IntralogisteX looking at how businesses are modernising and adapting to change, be it from a technology, policy or process point of view.
Registration of IntraLogisteX 2020 is open today, so don’t miss out! And come back to logisticsmanager.com every day for the full A to Z guide to the only intralogistics and materials handling exhibition to take place in the UK in 2020.