The organisers of 2011’s Logistics Link South have unveiled a number of exciting new features and events for the show in Sandown Park, Esher, on 15th and 16th February.  Several top industry figures will be giving independent and thought-provoking views on the latest developments with two keynote presentations each day, using real life case studies. Challenging, inspirational and above all practical, their advice will focus on getting the best return from investment in the current climate.

Following feedback from visitors to previous shows, Logistics Link South will be giving everyone a bigger opportunity to meet their peers, to discuss issues of mutual interest and to network in confidence and privacy.  New too will be the Future Warehouse zone, giving visitors a glimpse of how the functionality of a warehouse in 2020 or beyond may look.

Conveniently located less than half an hour from central London by train and close to the M25, the show offers the best and most time-efficient opportunity for logistics executives to identify new cost saving techniques, compare the latest technology and find clever ways to make the most of current systems.

Visitors can save months of research and get up-to-date with key developments that could add real value to their business all in a few hours, and be back in the office the same day.

Exhibitors will be presenting products and services ranging from materials handling machinery, packaging and labelling systems, and automated storage and handling equipment to warehouse building services.

For visitors interested in IT systems and software for both warehouse and transport applications, Logistics Link South will offer the biggest choice under one roof for years.  Dozens of exhibitors will be presenting the latest in WMS, RFID, scanners and bar codes, stock track and trace, remote vehicle monitoring, transport and fleet planning and management, mobile computing and many more.

Entry to the show and the educational content including the brand new Keynote Presentations is free for those registering in advance.

For further information and to register for free tickets, go to

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