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Materials handling show changes name for 2013


Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 ( #585 ) - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Local News Story
Advanced Logistics and Materials Handling (ALMH) takes place in Melbourne from 19-21 March 2013.
The Materials Handling trade show, co-located with the Safety Show held annually by organiser Australian Exhibitions and Conferences, will change its name from 2013.

The show has been renamed Advanced Logistics and Materials Handling (ALMH).

Lycette Silvey, business development manager, tells Forkliftaction.com News that research and feedback from the last six years of the shows has allowed her to gain a clear perception of the show and what needs to be changed.

"The strategy for this show is to provide end-to-end products and solutions in the supply chain.

"We want to encourage the most thought-leading and innovative companies to back the strategy and make the show a success."

With the `Make it, Move it, Pack it, Store it, Track it, Deliver it' tag line, the show also provides a dedicated seminar stream which offers free access to industry experts speaking on a wide range of topics from supply chain to 3PL (third party logistics) and automation.

ALMH, co-located with Safety in Action, runs from 19-21 March at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
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