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Register now for IMHX 2019

Thursday, 18 Apr 2019 ( #919 )
IMHX will welcome over 16,000 professionals from the logistics industry
Visitor registration is now open for the UK's largest event for logistics and supply chain solutions. Held at the NEC, Birmingham between 24 - 27 September, IMHX will welcome thousands from the logistics sector.

With some 400 leading companies exhibiting, including Dematic, Swisslog, Knapp, Vanderlande, Toyota, Crown, Doosan and Hyster-Yale, visitors to IMHX 2019 will see live and dynamic demonstrations of the latest technological developments that are shaping the modern logistics industry.

Test products on the show floor and evaluate your next logistics solution

In addition, across the four days of the show, visitors will have the opportunity to access a high quality programme of educational seminars and conferences featuring leading speakers from the supply chain world, completely free of charge.

Rob Fisher, IMHX 2019 Show Director, comments: "With the continued rise of online shopping and ecommerce changing the way goods are stored, picked and packed, warehouses and distribution centres are changing and the technology on show at IMHX 2019 will reflect this."

He continues: "For example, 'The IMHX Technology Arena'  - new for IMHX 2019 - is likely to be of particular interest to visitors." This new zone, which is being delivered by AMHSA - the leading trade association for logistics automation providers "will allow visitors to experience the evolution of picking technology that is enabling the rise of e-commerce."

Other features of IMHX 2019, include:
    IMHX will address the skills agenda and how to source new talent
  • Hundreds of product launches and live product demonstrations
  • Trade pavilions hosted by leading industry associations such as the UKWA (United Kingdom Warehousing Association) and AMHSA (Automated Material Handling Systems Association)
  • Big Bang at IMHX - a dedicated Skills Zone which will showcase the exciting career opportunities available to graduates and school leavers
  • The Women in Logistics (WiL) Conference 2019, proudly hosted by IMHX on Wednesday 25 September

Rob Fisher added: "Our plans for IMHX are now in their final phase and we will again be delivering an exciting and engaging event and we are incredibly excited that registration is now open for visitors. IMHX is a key diary date for logistics professionals and, with a vast array of equipment, services and solutions on show, IMHX 2019 will be the logistics event to attend in 2019 especially for visitors who are keen to engage with solutions that are boosting supply chain efficiency in today's rapidly changing world."

IMHX is a free-to-attend event.

IMHX is co-owned by Informa Exhibitions and BITA (the British Industrial Truck Association) and is sponsored by Investec Corporate & Investment Banking.

For more information Please contact:

Informa Exhibitions
Rob Fisher, Event Director
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