Visitors to Logistics Link South in February will be able to view the biggest range of logistics-focused IT technologies and software systems on display under one roof for several years. The show takes place once again at Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey, 21-22 February.
Over a third of exhibitors already booked will be presenting a comprehensive range of warehouse, distribution, supply chain and transport IT and software systems, all designed to deliver greater productivity, lower costs, more efficient stock management and improved service.
Systems and technologies on display will include WMS and Supply Chain software, RF and voice activation systems, mobile computing, remote data capture, order and production processing, voice and video systems, web-based solutions, call centre software, open database management, and transport routing and delivery systems.
Industry-leading companies include AEB (International), Belgravium, Chess UK, Delta WMS, DPS, @logistics Reply, Inotec, Integrated Skills, Knapp, Kronos, Logistex, Proteus Software, red Ledge, Renovotec, Siracom, Synergy Logistics, Vigo Software, Cirrus and Voiteq.
The industry’s longest running and most well-supported regional show series, Logistics Link South provides a unique opportunity for logistics executives to see the latest developments in every aspect of logistics and supply chain management with easy access from London and the Home Counties. Visitors will be able to review the latest in logistics technologies, solutions and products, providing the ideal platform to select the tools needed to run a productive, cost-efficient warehouse and distribution operation.
As well as the latest IT developments, exhibitors’ products and services cover every aspect of modern warehousing and distribution.
The industry seminar programme sponsored by Kronos workforce management systems includes speakers from blue-chip end users such as Unipart Logistics and Jaguar Land Rover – revealing the most successful strategies and innovations in the most competitive sectors.
Increasingly popular, the Buyer Networking Lounge will provide plenty of opportunities for visitors to sit down, mingle and exchange ideas and challenges with their peers and colleagues.
Entry to the show and the popular seminar programme is free but visitors are recommended to book well in advance. For further information and to register for free tickets, go to http://www.logisticslink.co.uk.