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Warehousing conference calls for papers

Thursday, 15 Jul 2010 ( #470 ) - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Warehousing Today will be held in conjunction with The Safety Show and Materials Handling on 26 October 2010 in Sydney.
The inaugural warehousing conference, Warehousing Today, will be held in conjunction with The Safety Show and Materials Handling on Tuesday, 26 October 2010 in Sydney.

Organisers are calling for papers from suitably qualified persons to address one of the following topics:

• Government distribution strategy;
• The environmentally friendly warehouse;
• Facilities, layout design, material flow and productivity;
• Compliance in the warehouse;
• People and the new IR laws;
• Recycling and the environment;
• The smart forklift; and
• Trends in transportation.

The suggested topics may be varied should an exceptional presenter or paper be provided which is current and relevant to the industry’s needs.

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