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MHI Annual Conference
Tuczon, AZ, United States - October 17-19, 2016
Conference / congress

MHI recently announced the speaker lineup for its 2016 Annual Conference. This year, the conference will feature six educational topics and two solutions group education sessions that focus on key themes identified by the US Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics and MHI Annual Industry Report.

The six education sessions have two ?tracks? for each topic - a "class track,? with a traditional presenter or panel, and a "lab track" that offers a more interactive, hands-on experience.  The six topics are:

? U.S. Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics
? Supply Chain Workforce
? Material Handling and Supply Chain Technology
? Managing Change
? Leadership
? Marketing in the Supply Chain Industry

Both the class and lab tracks are led by seasoned experts from the field and will help participants learn to navigate new challenges the material handling and supply chain industry faces.

October 17-19, 2016

Hilton El Conquistador

Contact for booking / more info:
Carol Miller at or 704-676-1190

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