CLEVELAND—The 2008 Material Handling and Logistics Show & Conference (NA 2008) is coming to Cleveland’s IX Center Apr. 21-24.
The event, sponsored by Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA), is billed as the largest material handling and logistics trade show and conference in the U.S. The NA 2008 trade show will showcase equipment, systems and technologies for global supply chain applications.
The educational conference will offer strategies to attendees that can help them improve productivity and sustainability in manufacturing, distribution, warehousing and logistics environments.
More than 500 exhibits will complement 70 educational sessions offering insights into trends and best practices. Show attendees will learn how equipment and technology can be applied to improve productivity and profitability.
Notably, Andrew Winston will deliver the NA 2008 keynote address entitled “Green to Gold: How Smart Companies Use Environmental Strategy to Innovate, Create Value and Build High-Performance Supply Chains.” Winston will address such hot topics as climate change and energy conservation as well as offer a blueprint for companies to address various environmental issues while improving profits and gaining competitive advantage.
For complete information on the NA 2008 educational sessions, visit www.nashow.com/attendees/conferences.aspx.
For complete show information and registration, visit www.NAShow.com.