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WESTEC 2002
18th, 19th,20th and 21st April 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Los Angeles, California, United States
WIN - World of Industry
14th, 15th 16th, 17th March 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Beylikdüzü, Büyükcekmece, Istanbul, Turkey
CeBit
13th - 20th March 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Hannover, Germany
Logistics - Gauteng 2002
13th, 14th and 15th March 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Midrand, South Africa
WORLD PACKAGING MACHINERY EXPO
6th and 7th March 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • NEVADA, United States
SITL 2002
5th, 6th, 7th and 8th March 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Paris, France
SOUTH-TEC Charlotte 2002
5th, 6th and 7th March 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
SCMH Annual Forklift Rally
27th and 28th February 2002
  • Other event
  • Anaheim CA, United States
SMOPYC
19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd February 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Zaragoza, Spain
TOC 2002 Asia
19th, 20th, 21st February 2002
  • Conference / congress
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Samoter 2002
13th, 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th Feb. 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Verona, Italy
Fresno Plant Engineering & Maintenance Show (FRPE)
9th and 10th January 2002
  • Exhibition / trade show
  • Fresno, CA, United States
Movers & Shakers
director of operations
JT Bates Group, United States
sales and business development manager
TVH, United States
director
Vecna Robotics, United States
vice president of autonomy
Vecna Robotics, United States
Latest Jobs
Minooka, IL, United States
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Evansville, IN, United States
Inside Forkliftaction
How the world changes. Six months ago, manufacturers were reporting record revenues and orders. Now, they're revealing negative trends as the impacts of COVID-19 - the shut-downs, supply chain disruptions and adverse trading conditions - make their way to the order books and sales channels.
As the half-year reports filter through, there is some encouraging evidence of recovery, with the last quarter proving stronger than the first, especially for those manufacturers with diverse portfolios and those able to capitalise on the boom in warehouse activity. But no CEO is brave enough to predict how the year will end - and we can't blame them.
It may still be a bumpy ride, but it looks like there are steady hands on the wheel, so we can be hopeful.
Fact of the week
Shakuntala Devi was known as 'the human computer' for her ability to make incredibly swift calculations. In 1977 she extracted the 23rd root of a 201-digit number in 50 seconds. She beat a computer which needed 62 seconds and a special program written to perform such large calculations.
Peru, Indiana named the 'Circus Capital of the World'
Every July (pre Covid-19), Peru hosts an eight-day circus festival, culminating in a parade.
Inside Forkliftaction
How the world changes. Six months ago, manufacturers were reporting record revenues and orders. Now, they're revealing negative trends as the impacts of COVID-19 - the shut-downs, supply chain disruptions and adverse trading conditions - make their way to the order books and sales channels.
As the half-year reports filter through, there is some encouraging evidence of recovery, with the last quarter proving stronger than the first, especially for those manufacturers with diverse portfolios and those able to capitalise on the boom in warehouse activity. But no CEO is brave enough to predict how the year will end - and we can't blame them.
It may still be a bumpy ride, but it looks like there are steady hands on the wheel, so we can be hopeful.
Latest Jobs
Minooka, IL, United States
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Evansville, IN, United States
Movers & Shakers
director of operations
JT Bates Group, United States
sales and business development manager
TVH, United States
director
Vecna Robotics, United States
vice president of autonomy
Vecna Robotics, United States
Inside Forkliftaction
How the world changes. Six months ago, manufacturers were reporting record revenues and orders. Now, they're revealing negative trends as the impacts of COVID-19 - the shut-downs, supply chain disruptions and adverse trading conditions - make their way to the order books and sales channels.
As the half-year reports filter through, there is some encouraging evidence of recovery, with the last quarter proving stronger than the first, especially for those manufacturers with diverse portfolios and those able to capitalise on the boom in warehouse activity. But no CEO is brave enough to predict how the year will end - and we can't blame them.
It may still be a bumpy ride, but it looks like there are steady hands on the wheel, so we can be hopeful.
Latest Jobs
Minooka, IL, United States
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Evansville, IN, United States
Fact of the week
Shakuntala Devi was known as 'the human computer' for her ability to make incredibly swift calculations. In 1977 she extracted the 23rd root of a 201-digit number in 50 seconds. She beat a computer which needed 62 seconds and a special program written to perform such large calculations.
Peru, Indiana named the 'Circus Capital of the World'
Every July (pre Covid-19), Peru hosts an eight-day circus festival, culminating in a parade.