Exhibitions / Congresses

2nd RFID Opportunities for Transport & Logistics Providers conference

United States, Las Vegas - 4th and 5th October 2005
This is an event for transport and logistics industry executives who are interested in meeting with customers and peers to find out how to develop and execute a profitable RFID strategy.
At the conference you will:

Hear four real life case studies from transport and logistics providers who are already making their RFID investment pay-Exel, UPS, Menlo Worldwide and TNT will share their experiences with you!
Get an update from three customers on their latest RFID initiatives and hear firsthand how they want to work with transport and logistics providers-DoD, Michelin and Goodyear will tell all - How do you adapt your RFID strategy to match your customer's needs
Take part in five interactive panel sessions where you will get all of your questions answered
Take part in 10 topic focused roundtables
Get a standards update from EPC Global
Network with 150 of your peers
Visit a focused RFID exhibition

Download your free copy of the latest eyefortransport's.RFID in Transportation & Logistics Report www.eyefortransport.com/rfid2005/report.shtml RFID issues will be discussed at the 2nd RFID Opportunities for Transport & Logistics Providers conference, 4-5 October, Las Vegas. Save $150 by quoting "RFID" at http://www.eyefortransport.com/rfid2005/register.shtml
Date(s)
4th and 5th October 2005
Venue
Rio hotel
Contact for booking / more info
Izabela Janecka, Event Director eyefortransport, US Toll Free: 1 800 814 3459 ext 252 or +44 (0)20 73 75 7564, Email: ijanecka@eyefortransport.com
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