Level of registrations for LogiMAT 2011 sends positive signal
In mid May the LogiMAT Advisory Board, composed of representatives from industry and science and research, will be coming together again to discuss trends and themes in the sector and to finalise the accompanying programme of lectures, forums and live events. This programme is a big attraction at the trade fair, and it has played a significant part in LogiMAT becoming what is today the largest annual gathering of the intralogistics sector in Europe. "We will again be offering exciting themes, perfectly in tune with the latest demands of the market. And the forum spaces will be positioned so that straight after the lectures visitors will be able to go direct to the relevant exhibitors, at the nearby stands, and discuss their specific issues further," said Peter Kazander. "With a return to interest in investment, the onus is now on the suppliers to respond, and to enthuse those decisionmakers."
In the coming year, too, the goal of the international trade fair LogiMAT is not only to showcase the innovations capability of the sector, but above all also to highlight solutions for the specific challenges faced in daytoday business.
Main sections: Materials handling and storage technology, warehousing and operational equipment, robotics, packaging solutions and systems, loading technology and handling, waste disposal, ground conveyors and ancillary equipment for stackers, information and communication technology, commissioning systems, labelling and identification, software and logistics facilities.
Exhibition area: 52,000 m², Halls 1, 3, 5 and 7
Duration: 3 days
Venue: New Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre
Exhibitors, LogiMAT 2010: 762 from 23 countries