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Building Material Logistics Forum 2016
Atlanta, United States - 13/12/2016 - 14/12/2016
Exhibition / trade show

Demand for products going up but capacity to deliver going down sound familiar? This is the looming problem caused by driver shortages, seasonality and new regulations.

Meanwhile, tighter construction schedules are putting more pressure on your customers,  causing them to put more pressure on you to get products to the job site on time.

The Building Material Logistics Forum is dedicated to the challenges of this unique industry. At this forum you will hear how your peers are forging strong relationships with carriers and customers, optimizing routes, leveraging data-driven technology and forecasting demand.

The goal is to simply get the material to the job site on time and as cheaply as possible, keeping your customers on schedule and happy to do business again.

13/12/2016 - 14/12/2016

7:00 am to 4:00 pm (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Atlanta Marriott Marquis

USD 1799 - USD 2799

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