Europe’s leading manufacturer of industrial trucks, Linde Material Handling, is once again hosting World of Material Handling (WOMH) a trade show looking at the future of digitised and automated in-house logistics.
Held in May, in the Rhine-Main area, the two and a half week long exhibition will focus on issues of the future including networking, automation, customisation and energy systems. Attendees can visit exhibition areas, 3D media shows, expert forums, product demonstrations and discovery zones located within a 12,000 square meter hall.
The latest products, technologies, services and software programmes will be showcased, in addition to an extensive range of new trucks, such as the ‘Linde Roadstar’, an electric counterbalance vehicle designed without the A pillar to give the driver a panoramic view of the roadway.
Numerous partner companies will also showcase their latest innovations, giving customers and distributors from around the world, an insight on how their products can complement Linde’s new technology.
Christophe Lautray, Chief Sales Officer at Linde of Material Handling said: “The positive feedback from domestic and foreign visitors to the WOMH 2014 has reinforced our decision to stick to this format,” he affirms. “This year we want to show our visitors the products and services we have already implemented with regards to smart logistics, and where this journey could lead us in the future.