The doors open to the 9th annual Logistics Link Live Exhibition from 09:30 (BST) on Wednesday 4th June 2014 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, and will welcome the foremost decision makers within logistics and supply chain all looking for innovative solutions, thought leadership and extensive networking.
This two-day solutions and networking event is designed for Logistics, Warehouse and Distribution Managers to find out the latest innovations in logistics and supply chain, including: warehouse management and automation; packaging; materials handling; picking; sortation; training; software; RFID; mobile technology; consultancy, and more.
Senior professionals from across the UK and beyond attend to keep up with the ever changing developments in the industry, with a full exhibition of suppliers complemented by a practical technical seminar theatre.
Visitors to the event this week will also benefit from the Logistics Manager Summit: Cost & Efficiency which takes place on the second day of the exhibition, Thursday 5th June. This conference adds a wealth of knowledge from the likes of Tesco, Actavis, Hull University Business School, The Co-operative Food, Aggregate Industries and Aspire Defence.
It is no wonder that an extraordinarily strong field of registrants attending the event include such major players as B&Q, Boots, British Gas, DHL, eBay Enterprise, Gap, Homebase, Jaguar Land Rover, Kuehne + Nagel, Ministry of Defence, Motorola, Puma, Royal Air Force, Sainsbury’s, Shop Direct, Siemens, Smiths News, Travis Perkins, Unipart and Warburtons, to name a few.
Don’t miss out – more information about the Logistics Link Live Exhibition can be found at www.logisticslink.co.uk, where logistics end-users can register for free passes.