In addition to being the largest material handling and logistics show in North America in 2010, The 2010 North American Material Handling and Logistics Show (NA 2010) offers an exceptional opportunity to learn directly from leading industry experts through a variety of educational conferences and events at the Show.
This year’s program, focused on the latest equipment and technology innovations and trends, provides unparalleled educational and networking opportunities to manufacturing, distribution, and supply chain professionals. It also spotlights several important areas driving change in business today – sustainability, workforce, training and retail distribution.
Here’s what NA 2010 attendees have to look forward to:
The NA 2010 Knowledge Center — An on-floor educational experience
Choose from more than 50 expert-led, 45-minute sessions conveying a broad array of manufacturing and distribution topics. Sessions are offered free to all registered Show attendees. For complete session details, please visit www.NAShow.com/attendees/sessions.aspx.
Keynote Seminar Series — Monday & Tuesday, April 26 and 27, 2010
Don’t miss the NA 2010 Keynote Seminar Series–
The Future Track for sustainability, training, retail distribution, and workforce. Speakers will offer their unique market insights and innovative solutions to these important supply chain issues. The keynote series is free to registered Show attendees. For a complete schedule of seminar speakers, please visit www.NAShow.com/attendees/keynote.aspx.
Supply Chain Summit —Wednesday afternoon, April 28, 2010 in the I-X Center Ballroom
Program: 1:00-5:00 pm
Reception for Summit attendees: 5:00-6:00 pm
This first-time event brings together four distinct views of the supply chain from industry, the military, universities and government. Gain from their insight into today’s supply chains and discover how they will mold and shape leading supply chain models of the future. You’ll learn first hand the impact of these supply chain shifts on your business. In addition to their presentations, attendees will be able to network with their peers and talk directly with Summit speakers during the reception following the full afternoon event. Visit www.NAShow.com/attendees/summit.aspx for more information about this event.
Free On-line Registration for the NA 2010 exhibits and all educational sessions is available at: www.NAShow.com