The third staging of the online Logistics Business Show takes place on March 15-17 2022. As in previous events, the Panel Discussions for the March staging of the Logistics Business Show are expected to attract considerable interest. Once again they will be expertly hosted by Logistics Business Magazine’s editor Paul Hamblin, and reflect the broad variety of exhibitors signed up to attend. The subjects to be discussed are:
- Software for Real Time Visibility
- Automation Systems in the Distribution Centre
- Robotics Affordability & AI
- Delivery WISMO & Inventory Management
- Warehouse Worker Health & Safety
- Track & Trace Rugged Mobile Hardware
- Sustainable, low-Carbon Supply Chains
- Forklift Innovation & Components
- Packaging Technology Trends
- Road Transport Challenges
Furthermore, the organisers are delighted to announce that FarEye will be the event’s principal sponsor. FarEye is a low-code, Intelligent Delivery Management Platform, enabling enterprises to orchestrate, track, and optimise their logistics operations. FarEye’s native SaaS products provide real-time visibility across transportation networks and logistics orchestration for the execution of deliveries across the first, mid and last mile..
Businesses that had pinned their hopes on announcing new products or services to the public at LogiMAT can still press ahead with their marketing plans by taking advantage of the opportunity now offered by the Logistics Business Show.
David Priestman, director of Logistics Business Publishing, the event’s organiser, said whilst the move has been prompted to help fill the gap left by LogiMAT’s postponement, the industry has a strong appetite to participate in a truly international online event: “Following the staging of the autumn Logistics Business Show, we were encouraged by the feedback from both exhibitors and visitors. There still remains a certain nervousness surrounding committing heavily to real-world events, and the latest updates we are seeing regarding the pandemic suggest an online event feels like the right way to go.”
He added: “Our panel discussions have proved one of the most popular aspects of the Logistics Business Show. This time round, we have announced our themes in advance in order to attract speakers with knowledge to impart from across the logistics sector. We encourage companies interested in participating to contact us at the earliest opportunity, as we expect these speaker slots to be allocated soon.”
With over 3,600 visitors, 40 conference speakers and over 60 exhibitors participating in the autumn event, sign-up for the Spring 2022 Logistics Business Show has been strong. For a tiny fraction of the cost of exhibiting at a real-world event, businesses can reach the global logistics community, something that cannot be guaranteed by in-person exhibitions in today’s travel-restricted climate.
With a full programme of exclusive conferences and interviews running alongside the exhibition, please CLICK HERE to find out more about the must-visit third staging of the Logistics Business Show.
As a taster, please CLICK HERE to view some of the conference sessions from the Autumn 2021 staging of the Logistics Business Show.