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FEM Intralogistic Systems round table
Frankfurt, Germany - 5th November 2015
Conference / congress

FEM - European Federation of Materials Handling are pleased to invite you to the FEM Intralogistic Systems round table on new trends in relationships with (future) customers and the impact on the intralogistic sector.

It will take place on 5 November 2015 (12.30-17.00) in Frankfurt.

The following themes will be discussed:
  1. Contractual responsibilities: How to ensure the protection of the confidential information? How to address non-ethical behaviours from suppliers? Can a common contract type be a solution?
  2. Tendering processes: How to reverse the trend and shorten tendering processes? How to respect the confidential information of competitors? How to address non-ethical behaviours from customers?
  3. Standard tubs for baggage handling: How to harmonise technical parameters? How to make sure harmonisation is driven by the industry? How to facilitate security certification?
Meeting venue
Sodexo Services GmbH
Lyoner Strasse 15
60528 Frankfurt am Main (Niederrad)
The meeting will take place in a building located opposite the main VDMA offices.

5th November 2015

12:30 to 1700 hrs (GMT +01:00) Amsterdam,Berlin,Bern,Rome,Stockholm

Sodexo Services GmbH c/o ATRICOM Lyoner Strasse 15 60528 Frankfurt am Main (Niederrad)

Contact for booking / more info:
kindly confirm your participation by 29 October to:

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