Meet Your Material Handling's International Influences

It used to be that material handling techniques among companies all over the world were as distinctive as the borders in which those companies did business. Today, global supply chains and their need for international visibility are changing logistics both inside and outside organizational borders. This message came through loud and clear at last week's CeMat 2014 exhibition in Hannover, Germany. MH&L visited with several of the exhibitors to talk about their plans for making international news. This gallery highlights those visits

You can watch these by advancing through the text windows to the right of the above image and clicking on the links in them.

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Bad Forklift Training Caught on Video

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Material Handling Failures Caught on Video

Politicians on Forklifts Caught on Camera

The Artistic Beauty and Political Ugliness of Scanning—Caught on Video

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