Logistics Business’ guide to upcoming Webinars and exhibitions in the logistics, materials handling, transport and supply chain sector, internationally.
Events & Webinars
Logistics Business organizes an international, virtual exhibition and conference 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 enables visitors to source products online, request quotations, meet exhibitors on video calls and chats, network, download documents and watch the conference.
The second event was September 20-24th, with 3600 visitors, 40 conference speakers and over 60 exhibitors. You can watch the conference panel discussions here.
The next Logistics Business Show is March 15-17th. Exhibiting costs just £2500 GBP.
The Exhibition Hall has 6 themes: Forklift & AGV Technology, Handling Automation Systems, Packaging & Pallets, Software & Computing, Transport Services & Equipment, Warehousing Equipment. Visitors can browse through the hall and search for specific requirements. Exhibitors have 50 stand designs to choose from.
Panel Discussion Roundtable topics for March will be announced shortly. Exhibitors will be able to nominate a spokesperson to join the most relevant panel. Additionally, they will also be invited to supply a demo or sales video for On-Demand play by visitors in the conference.
There will be over 5000 visitors for March and October ’22. Physical shows are
returning but will probably not be at the same scale and visitor numbers
as before the pandemic. Virtual and hybrid events will continue to fill the
gaps and provide good value lead generation and unique educational
content. Our platform is intuitive and attractive, with a welcome video and help
desk. Our visitor promotion focuses on our 22,000 readership, 28,000
LinkedIn show group, as well as search engines and social media.
Send us the details of your event and we’ll consider for inclusion in our regular events diary with links to your registration pages. There will also be occasional reports from events both on these pages and in the quarterly magazine.
David Priestman, Publisher