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ProMat 2007
Chicago, IL, United States - 8th to 11th January 2007
Exhibition / trade show

Industry professionals from the United States, Canada, Mexico and around the world are expected to attend. They will attend to find productivity solutions through material handling for their manufacturing, distribution and warehousing operations.

Over 700 exhibitors at 2005 from industry, commerce and government will display their productivity solutions on the 300,000 square foot show floor. Leading manufacturers from across North America will display exhibits representing the following technologies:

Material Handling Equipment and Systems: Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems, Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems, Robots, Personnel/Burden Carriers, Racks, Forklifts, Batteries, Unit Handling Systems, Manufacturing Execution Systems, Warehouse Management Systems/Logistics Execution Systems, Ergonomic and Safety Equipment, Carousels, Modular Drawer Storage, Shelving and Third Party Logistics.

Packaging, Containers, and Shipping Equipment: Box and Carton Makers, Packaging Machinery, Wrapping, Inspection of Products by Weight or Scanning, Pallets, Wire Baskets, Plastic and Metal Containers, Palletizing Equipment.

Inventory Management and Controlling Technologies: Computers, Controllers, Software Programs, Systems Integrators, Warehouse Management Systems, Wireless Control Systems, Order Management Systems and Transportation Management Systems.

Dock and Warehouse Equipment and Supplies: Dock Levelers, Dock Pads, Doors, Forklift Trucks, Racks, Flooring, Handling Systems, Forklift Attachments, Conveyors, Hoists, Cranes, Monorails, Below/Hook Lifting Devices. Consultants and Distribution System Planners: Simulators, Modelers, System Designers, Distribution Consultants and Third Party Logistics.

Automatic Identification Equipment and Systems: Bar Code Printers and Scanners, Vision Systems, Voice Recognition Systems, Radio Frequency Systems, Systems Integrators.

Seminars will be conducted in specially designed theaters constructed within the ProMat 2007 Knowledge Center at the center of the show floor. Each theater seats 120 attendees on a first-come, first-served basis. Presentations are shown in PowerPoint and are 45 minutes in length – highly focused; right to the point. All audiovisual is provided and sponsor presentations will be pre-loaded on special theater laptops to give you and/or your speakers optimum face-to-face time with your audience.

Who will be exhibiting
Speedshield ....Terry Troutman....stand 5337
Mecano Continental S.A........stand 1559
Mast Explorer from Spain
Keytroller ....see Terry Wickman
RAVAS...see Jacob Blom (on Keytroller stand)

Roger Renstrom , Forkliftaction's USA Correspondent will attend.

8th to 11th January 2007

McCormick Place South

Contact for booking / more info: SHOW MANAGEMENT The Material Handling Industry of America 8720 Red Oak Blvd., Suite 201 Charlotte, NC 28217-3992 USA

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