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1st International NOW-Intralogistics-Workshop
Berlin, Germany - 3rd Nov. 2016
Seminar / workshop

Economic & Environmental Benefits with Hydrogen & Fuel Cells in Materials Handling, Intralogistics and Ground Support Equipment at Airports.

By using highly efficient fuel cell technology it is possible to reduce CO2 emissions in industrial truck logistics by at least 25 per cent, increase productivity and substantially reduce warehouse floor space and loading times. Extensive real-life testing has successfully demonstrated the reliability of the technology in industrial truck applications. BMW and Daimler will report on their intralogistics projects. Users from the logistics sector will share their experiences and there will also be contributions from suppliers of fuel cell-powered industrial trucks.
- Full Programm under web adress -

3rd Nov. 2016

9:00 a.m. to 16:00 p.m. (GMT +01:00) Amsterdam,Berlin,Bern,Rome,Stockholm

Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin

free of charge

Contact for booking / more info:
Wolfgang Axthammer

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