World class speaker line-up for Logistics Business Show
The Logistics Business Show – which is being held online from 20th-24th September 2021 – features a strong line-up of expert speakers across its four days. Covering key areas of current interest in the logistics and supply chain across the globe, the 10 free-to-attend speaker sessions aim to enlighten and educate attendees of The Logistics Business Show between visits to the 70+ exhibitors so far signed-up to the virtual exhibition. First Line Software Vice President Vladimir Litoshenko will be participating in the roundtable discussion: "Software: Top 10 Buzzwords - What They Mean and How They Grow Your Business" on September 22, 2021 at 15.00 (UK Time).
Kicking off the panel discussions on Monday 20th September at 11.00 BST (12.00 CEST) is a session entitled Logistics: The 2030 Logistics Landscape – Crystal ball time, in which experts from Descartes, BDO and Project44 discuss topics including automation, sustainability, supply chain visibility and the challenging landscape of investment in logistics property.
On Monday 20th September at 14.00 BST (15.00 CEST), a session entitled Transport & Forwarding: Winning the Friction Fight looks at the current driver shortage, last-mile delivery in urban areas, challenges caused by Brexit, and innovation in cold chain and temperature control. Panellists include representatives from Bakers Basco and the Cold Chain Federation.
The following day – Tuesday 21st September – sees three discussions taking place, starting at 10.00 BST (11.00 CEST) with Warehouse Automation: Lights Out? The Future of Warehousing. Featuring speakers from Photoneo, Element Logic, Rocket Solutions and Kengic, it covers all aspects of dark warehousing, including robotics, vision technology and machine learning in logistics.
Tuesday’s middle session at 13.00 BST (CEST) covers the topic of IT Hardware: Rugged Mobility for Pick & Track. Speakers from companies including Bixolon, Panasonic and Datalogic will cover a range of themes that highlight how such technology can help improve operational efficiency.
The final session on Day Two of The Logistics Business Show sees speakers from Interroll, Damon Group and PC Data cover the subject of Materials Handling: Intralogistics Projects and Innovations at 15.00 BST (16.00 CEST). This sessions aims to cover the different types of conveying, sorting and picking technology, looking at which solution is the optimal fit for certain types of operations, as well as looking at future innovations in the sector.
Days Three and Four will cover the following topics:
- Robotics: Collaboration or Conflict?
- Who Wins When Humans & Robots Meet?
- Packaging: When Waste is not a dirty word
- Software: Top 10 Buzzwords. What They Mean & How They Grow Your Business
- Forklifts and DC Vehicles: Tomorrow’s Forklifts Explored
- Loading Bay: Efficient Dock Operations
These sessions will also feature a diverse choice of speakers from across the sector will enlighten visitors to The Logistics Business Show – more on these soon. If you can’t wait to find out more, visit the website now and register to attend for free.
Organised by the respected team at Logistics Business, The Logistics Business Show is a truly international virtual exhibition for the logistics and materials handling industry, staged twice a year. Logistics Business Show provides an important platform for interaction between suppliers and users of logistics, IT, transport and supply chain services, warehousing and materials handling. The exhibition virtual marketplace enables visitors to source products online, request quotations, meet exhibitors on video calls and chats, network, download documents and watch the conference.
Opening to the public online on 20th September 2021, the Exhibition Hall will have six themes: Forklift & AGV Technology, Handling Automation Systems, Packaging & Pallets, Software & Computing, Transport Services & Equipment, Warehousing Equipment. Visitors will be able to shuffle through the hall and search for specific requirements from a filtered list of categories. They will also be welcome to attend one of the 10 highly relevant conference sessions that run across all four days of the event.