As a returning exhibitor to Logistics Link South, the logistics and warehouse solutions event, AEB (International) will be showcasing its comprehensive supply chain management solutions portfolio at Stand 219. The event takes place on 15 and 16 February 2011 at the Sandown Park Racecourse in Esher, Surrey.
Logistics Link South 2011 brings together over 100 of the UK's best providers of products and services for logistics and warehouse management. The free seminar programme provides delegates with excellent opportunities to gain new insights into the most cost-effective methodologies and techniques to run a fully optimised and effective logistics network.
The conference - hosted by Logistics Manager Magazine - will feature sponsored seminars, end-user case-studies from top companies and several keynote addresses, which will tackle the latest hot topics for debate in the industry.
Mark Brannan, General Manager of AEB UK, said: "As supply chain managers are moving out of recession, they are looking to gain competitive edge by investing in solutions that increase efficiency and importantly, can deliver cost-savings in key areas of global logistics. For many years now, AEB's world has centred on integrated and modular solutions for foreign trade and supply chain management that meet such requirements. Our proven experience in streamlining SCM processes is extensive and includes automated freight cost reconciliation, carrier labelling solutions, smart packing stations, denied-party screening, event management and more. We're looking forward to introducing some of our latest solutions during Logistics Link South."
One company that has benefitted from ASSIST4 is London-based precision instrument manufacturer Stanhope-Seta, who were quick to adopt ASSIST4 as the software of choice to help them deal with their foreign trade operations. Christine Croston, Stanhope-Seta's Export Co-Ordinator, said: "Transferring from our manual process to ASSIST4 was a key move for us. The growth of our business depends on our ability to open and maintain our export markets. We're delivering goods worldwide and creating a variety of supporting documents. We have a very lean shipping department, and it's crucial that we maintain this process tightly. So the ability to switch to AEB's tools and get compelling results is a huge factor for us."