Logistics Link South takes place on 6th/7th February 2007 at Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey with an exhibitor list that reads like the “Who’s Who” of the logistics world, making it the most impressive yet of any of the Logistics Link exhibitions. The exhibition covers all facets of the supply chain with over 100 market leaders exhibiting every product, system or service you could possible need, whether you are running a warehouse, fleet of trucks or even a store room or van. It offers an accessible, time-saving, one-stop-shop where logistics professionals can assess the latest range of products, systems and services for the supply chain to keep their businesses ahead of the competition.
New for 2007 will be a series of free seminars presented by leading experts in logistics to ensure you leave with plenty of insight, ideas and plenty of information. The diverse exhibitor base will create a one-stop shop in areas ranging from supply chain execution to contract warehousing and distribution along with a host of solutions covering areas such as materials handling, racking and shelving, wireless technology, vehicle fleet management and telematics, packaging, printing, waste and recycling.
Materials handling Forklift trucks, conveyors, pickers and other materials handling equipment will again be very prominent at Sandown Park with Yale Europe making its debut alongside long-standing exhibitors including Aisle Master, BT Rolatruc, Crown Lift Trucks, Knapp, MacDonald Humfrey, Narrow Aisle and Translift Bendi.
Supply chain software
New exhibitors to Sandown Park, 2Clix Software, Consafe Logistics, Radio Beacon and Sybase will join other leading software suppliers to demonstrate how they can ensure that logisticians have greater control over and visibility of their supply chains. The very latest developments covering a multitude of tasks such as warehouse management, inventory and fulfilment will be featured by companies such as 3M Supply Chain Software, Aquitec, ATMS, Cat Logic, Central Systems & Automation, Chess Logistics Technology, Delta Software, EXDS, Four Soft, Kewill, Manhattan Associates and VSc Solutions.
Storage solutions Several leading suppliers including Allibert Buckhorn, GoPlasticPallets.com, Schoeller Arca Systems and Welconstruct will be demonstrating the full complement of design, consultancy, supply and installation services from basic racking, storage and shelving systems through to fully integrated automated high bay warehousing and high speed order picking systems. The exhibition also has companies like ASG Services, Lighthouse and Gray Campling that specialise in the marking and identification of these storage, racking and floors in the warehouse.
Wireless technology Wireless data collection suppliers continue to be important exhibitors at Logistics Link South with the ever present LXE and Psion Teklogix. In addition, there has been a growing number of companies specialising in communications, hardware and software solutions such as DloG i2 Mobile Solutions and Mercom.
Vehicle fleet management systems
There are a number of vehicle fleet management telematics systems suppliers companies who are established fixtures at Logistics Link exhibitions including 121 Routing & Scheduling, Fargo Systems, Logistics Showcase, Mandata, Minster Computer Systems, Paragon Software Systems, Road Tech Computer Systems, Scania and SIA. These have been joined by new exhibitors such as Fleetfinder who supply fleet management software and Online Technology International who supply telematics and software solutions.
Packaging, waste and recycling
Packaging and labelling are key functions in helping to ensure that the right goods, get to the right place, at the right time, in the right condition and at the best possible price and will be represented at Logistics Link South by Avery Weigh-Tronix, Easypack, Lightouse, and Shrinkfast. Supply chain professionals have an increasingly important role in waste management and recycling decisions and a number of companies such as Mil-Tek and Futur will be exhibiting a number of solutions to save waste and costs.
The strength of Logistics Link has always been its diversity of products and services on show. The 2007 exhibition will be no exception with everything from workwear clothing being exhibited by Ansom Moore, fire protection systems from Promat, doors from Ro Dor, temporary buildings from Aganto Building Solutions, Mar-Key Marquees and Spaciotempo, electronic seals from Unisto, fuel charge cards from Kuwait Petroleum and cleaning machines from Hako. For an up-to-date list of companies exhibiting at www.logisticslink.co.uk
Logistics Link South continues to lead the way in offering a range of visitor incentives to attend the exhibition. Visitors who pre-register will receive free admission, free on-site parking, a stylish digital camera that includes 3 in 1 webcam and video capturing, free show catalogue and free copies of Logistics Manager and Logistics Europe.
Visitors can pre-register to receive a fast track entry badge to avoid queuing on the day they visit the exhibition. All they have to do is visit www.logisticslink.co.uk to register and badges will be mailed to visitors in January. Additional tickets can be obtained by telephoning the complimentary tickets hotline on 0870 744 498.
For further information about Logistics Link South contact Richard Milbourn on 020 7970 6237. Email email@example.com or visit www.logisticslink.co.uk