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"How to reduce shipping costs"
Blacksburg VA, United States - 15th to 17th May 2012
Training / course

Who should attend: Packaging, pallet, and material handling equipment suppliers, as well as the users of these components.

Lower Unitization Costs
Reduce product damage
Identify opportunities in warehouse audits
Increase material handling rates
Understand the perspective of packaging engineers, pallet suppliers, and equipment designers.
Learn Unit Load Design: the systems based optimization procedures that will improve customer service and increase your competitiveness
Topics include: Principles of unit load design; Unit load material handling audit; Packaging design; Pallet design; Material handling systems; Interactions between material handling equipment, packaging, and pallets; Diagnosing and solving material handling problems; Laboratory Tour.

Instructor: Marshall S. White (CEO of White and Company)

15th to 17th May 2012

Thomas M. Brooks Forest Products Center, (1650 Tech Center Drive, Blacksburg, VA 24061

$500 members of Center for Unit Load Design $800 members of ISTA/MHIA/Pallet Profile Subscribers $900 Non-members Registration fee includes all course materials, CEU certificate, daily continental breakfasts, lunch, and refreshment breaks

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