The Material Handling and Logistics Conference, sponsored by HK Systems (Milwaukee), is celebrating its 22nd anniversary of fostering relevant education and fellowship in the field of material handling and supply chain. The event serves as an owner’s manual for supply chain professionals and is designed to provide expert tactical and strategic education that empowers your company to operate more responsively and profitably.
This three day educational event, beginning September 16 in Park City , Utah, offers more than 60 classes, workshops, roundtables and panel discussions, each presented by experts on their topic and in your field. The conference sessions are divided into six tracks to help you quickly focus on your area of interest and identify new horizons to explore.
This three day educational event offers more than 60 classes, workshops, roundtables and panel discussions each presented by experts on their topic and in your field. The conference sessions are divided into five tracks to help you quickly focus on your area of interest and identify new horizons to explore.
Unlike traditional trade shows and user groups, this conference provides a menu of education options in a variety of formats. There are interactive technical roundtables to deliver tactical results; keynote speakers will present their vision and wisdom to help you set strategies; seasoned technology users will share priceless project lessons and there are plenty of tutorials and workshops to expand your knowledge of emerging technologies.
The conference takes place September 16-19 at the The Grand Summit Resort Hotel & Conference Center in Park City, Utah.
Keynote speaker will be ABC newsman and author Bob Woodruff. He joined ABC News in 1996 and has covered major stories throughout the country and around the world for the network. He was named co-anchor of ABC’s World News Tonight in December 2005. On January 29, 2006, while reporting on U.S. and Iraqi security forces, Woodruff was seriously injured by a roadside bomb that struck his vehicle near Taji, Iraq. Woodruff is currently undergoing outpatient rehabilitation in the New York area and has also returned to work at ABC News.
For more information and to register, visit www.mhc2007.com.