Logistics Link North, taking place from 9th to 10th October in V3 Doncaster gives visitors an opportunity to test and compare the industry’s most innovative products and services in a warehouse environment
Leading companies will be exhibiting at the show covering all areas of logistics with many live demonstrations taking place both on stands and in the live demo arenas. All of this will mean visitors will be able to see for themselves how the latest technology can be used to optimise their operations.
There will also be extensive educational content with a conference and Technology Supplier Seminars taking place on both days of the exhibition. The Technology Supplier Seminars will feature plenty of practical ideas and are an opportunity for delegates to see a showcase of the latest solutions including RFID, voice picking, the latest cloud technology and much more, repeated each day of the show.
Visitors to the show will also have the opportunity to network and share ideas with their peers in the buyers only networking lounge.
The show follows on the success of Logistics Link Live which took place in June in the NEC Birmingham.
Red Ledge MD, Andy O’Donnell says: “We were showing RFID technology as well as a real-time demonstration of our state-of-the-art WMS and there were times when we were completely overrun. At one point on the first day we were so busy people couldn’t physically get on the stand.”
“We believe Logistics Link Live to be an ideal platform for high-quality contacts and networking opportunities in the field of logistics. We are very satisfied with this year’s run of the event. It definitely met our expectations in terms of visitor quality, number of potential projects, and partnership opportunities. We plan to attend again next year,” according to Sandra Weber, marketing, top-VOX.
“A great deal of interest was shown in Proteus Cloud WMS at the recent Logistics Link Live show. Given the recent market conditions, our staff were delighted that the Proteus stand attracted many industry visitors, and was constantly busy,” said Linda Rodway, Proteus Software.
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