The Warehouse Technology Group presents a must-attend event for logistics professionals

A must attend event for logistics professionals
The Warehouse Technology Group examines:
Maximising your return on investment
Wednesday 16th October 2013
Logistics Research and Innovation Centre
Mantra Learning, Greengate, Middleton, Manchester M24 1RU
In tough economic times all businesses are striving for extra efficiency in order to maintain profitability. But in the highly competitive, results-driven logistics industry such efficiency has long been a necessity. Yet with less cash to spare the need to cost justify investment in business improvement has never been stronger. Knowing which piece of kit you need in order to improve your warehouse operation is one thing, but your ability to demonstrate its return on investment could be the deciding factor in whether or not it becomes a reality.
This FREE one-day event will show you how investment in business-improving warehouse technology and equipment can be cost justified. You will see how the leading-edge products offered by the Warehouse Technology Group partners can help you reduce errors, improve processes and use manpower more efficiently in order to generate direct financial benefit and increase the overall competitiveness of your operation.
  For further information and to register for this FREE event visit: and enter the code "STAR"
The topics the event will examine include:
Planning your warehouse for efficient goods handling
Selecting best-fit storage and picking equipment
Choosing MHE for best cost of ownership
Reducing handling errors to save money
Re-defining operational processes
Specifying equipment for maximum return
Man versus machine – which is more effective?
The Warehouse Technology Group (WTG) is a unique collaboration of 20+ companies involved in the manufacture and supply of specialist equipment to the warehousing and logistics industry. WTG provides an unbiased insight into the latest technology available to companies operating warehouses and distribution centres.
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