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MHEDA 57th Annual Convention and Exhibitors’ Showcase
Florida, United States - May 5-9, 2012
Conference / congress


MHEDA's 57th Annual Convention and Exhibitors’ Showcase, May 5-9, 2012 brings together hundreds of  material handling industry professionals from across the globe  under one roof.

The business climate has changed and MHEDA’s Convention offers you the opportunity to attend programs that will help you brand and position your company for the current and future business climate, network with your peers and learn about the latest products and services MHEDA members have to offer.

This year our theme is RE-IMAGINE YOUR BUSINESS. We have more programs planned in  2012 than ever before! There are:

* SIX general sessions to help you take a big picture look at your business

*  NINE Speed Track Workshops to help you get hands-on training on important issues such as sales, recruiting and leadership

* SEVEN Ignite Sessions for a quick look at timely topics such as banking relationships and on-boarding service technicians

* over EIGHTY companies exhibiting at the Exhibitors’ Showcase

The time to Re-Imagine what your business is going to look like in the future is NOW!

Don’t miss this great industry event!

May 5-9, 2012

Loews Miami Beach Hotel Miami Beach, Florida

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