This year’s Logistics Link Live show taking place 8-9 June 2011 at the NEC, has even more to offer visitors with more new features, attractions and live displays. Running alongside Subcon 2011, the show has additional appeal for manufacturing and assembly executives, and for the first time the RTITB is inviting all currently NORS registered counterbalance operators and RTITB registered instructors along to their stand 237 to take part in ‘THE SAFE AND VICTORIOUS’ forklift operating challenge.
More than a dozen exhibitors have already signed up to give live demonstrations of the latest advances in equipment and systems, ranging from space saving fork trucks to packaging and software developments. They include Jungheinrich’s range of warehouse equipment and Bendi’s innovative and versatile articulated fork trucks; automated packaging systems from B+ Equipment and Schoeller Arca Systems; Unique ID’s IDPOD delivery software solution – and other exhibitors including @Logistics Reply, Ranpak, MacFarlane Packaging, RoDor, Easypack and TopVox.
The NEC provides the ideal location and facilities for the show and offers plenty of space for exhibitors presenting the latest equipment and systems for logistics networks. Following their success at Logistics Link in Esher, the show will again feature the Logistics Manager conference and the Buyer Networking Lounge. With the CILT Training Academy stand, a strong focus on sustainable logistics and exhibitors displaying many of the most productive and efficient systems and equipment the industry has to offer, Logistics Link Live promises to provide the most valuable and time-effective day for every logistics executive.
For exhibitors, the show provides the opportunity to meet over 1,500 Logistics Link Live visitors including Chairmen/CEO/MD, Supply Chain, Logistics, Operations, IT, Transport, Warehouse, Commercial and Materials Handling Directors and Managers. Potential cross-over visitors from Subcon with an expressed interest in logistics could well greatly increase that figure, with executives from British manufacturing keen to find ways to make their operations even more productive and cost-efficient.
Entry to the show and the popular seminar programme is free but visitors are recommended to book well in advance.
Logistics Link Live