Monday, June 24, 2019

Host of Logistics Industry Speakers Lined Up for Materials Handling Exhibition

Pre-Registration Recommended for September Event
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UK – IMHX the UK's longest running materials handling exhibition, takes place at the NEC, Birmingham on 24 - 27 September 2019. This year, more than 400 companies will be presenting the latest developments in intralogistics and supply chain technology, which the organisers claim makes IMHX 2019 the largest international logistics solutions exhibition the UK has ever seen.

A varied line up of speakers is set to address the critical developments driving change across the supply chain sector during a series of free-to-attend seminars taking place across the four days, prompting conference producer, David Tran, to say:

“The spotlight will fall on the technologies transforming logistics, including AI, robotics and automation and cover many of the themes affecting supply chain professionals today. With over 100 expert speakers and facilitators giving fresh insights into the ways supply chain strategies are shifting and changing focus, the IMHX 2019 seminar programme will deliver relevant content that ensures logistics professionals make the most of their time at IMHX 2019."

Leading industry bodies and associations such as Women in Logistics (WiL) and the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) will also be holding conferences between 25 - 26 September at IMHX 2019 and, as well as a Keynote Arena and The Big Bang @ IMHX Skills Zone, visitors can attend informative sessions within the Technology Solutions Forum where they can learn how new cost-saving logistics technology is being implemented within operations from real life case studies.

Speakers at the various seminars include a number of top level logisticians such as: Alex Harvey, General Manager OSP Warehouse Automation, Ocado Technology; Barry Morgan, Solution Specialist – Logistics, The Co-op: and David Hix, Supply Chain Director, Nestle UK&I.

Registration is now open to attend IMHX 2019 and visitors are encouraged to pre-register. To secure your free visitor pass that allows access to all areas of the show on any of the opening dates, visit where the full conference programmes will be available within the coming weeks.