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Material Handling & Logistics Conference
Park City, Utah, United States - 13th to 16th September 2015
Conference / congress

The 2015 Material Handling & Logistics Conference is an affordable, comprehensive, educational event; unmatched in the industry. The event offers more than 60 sessions designed to provide tactical and strategic education that empowers your company to operate more responsively and profitably.

The 2015 event promises to be an essential program for those working with limited budgets and schedules. Our efficient curriculum of seminars, keynotes, workshops, networking and fun make this the only event you need to attend. You will leave the conference with knowledge and enthusiasm to improve operational performance, decrease supply chain costs, enhance responsiveness to consumer demand and increase profitability.

Sponsored by Dematic

13th to 16th September 2015

Grand Summit Resort

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