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Your can’t miss manufacturing and supply chain event of 2013

ProMat 2013 is the premier showcase of material handling, supply chain and logistics solutions in North America. The show is designed to offer productivity solutions and information by showcasing the products and services of over 700 leading material handling and logistics providers.

To make it easier for attendees to find the solutions they need, the ProMat 2013 show floor is divided into three solution-specific centers: Manufacturing and assembly solutions, fulfillment and delivery solutions, and information technology (IT) solutions. An extensive educational conference runs concurrently with the show and includes sessions on improving operational productivity and visibility in manufacturing, distribution and in the overall supply chain. This format allows attendees to learn about various material handling and logistics solutions in the educational sessions and then actually see the equipment, systems and services that can implement those solutions.

The U.S. Department of Commerce has consistently selected ProMat to be an official International Buyer Program event. ProMat provides matchmaker services for interested buyers and sellers through an International Business Center located at the event. International trade specialist will be on hand to provide expert counseling.

Attendees: Manufacturing, distribution and supply chain professionals from the United States, Canada, Mexico and over 110 countries around the world are expected to attend. They will attend to find productivity, visibility and cost-cutting solutions for their manufacturing, distribution and warehousing operations.

At ProMat 2013, you will see solutions from over 800 of the leading providers. Below is a sampling of the solutions on display.

Material handling and logistics equipment and systems: Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems, Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems, Casters/Wheels/Tires, Hydraulic and Electrical Components and Controls, Robotics, Personnel/Burden Carriers, Racks, Forklifts, Batteries, Lift Trucks, Flexible Manufacturing Systems, Tool Handling, Conveyors, Mezzanines, Lift Tables, Scissor Lifts, Unit Handling Systems, Manufacturing Execution Systems, Warehouse Management Systems/Supply Chain and Logistics Execution Systems, Ergonomic and Safety Equipment, Carousels, Modular Drawer Storage, Order Picking, Sortation Equipment, Shelving and Workstations, Third-Party Logistics

Packaging, containers, and shipping equipment: Box and Carton Makers, Dunnage Trays, Packaging and Unitizing Systems, Wrapping, Inspection of Products by Weight or Scanning, Pallets, Wire Baskets, Plastic and Metal Containers, Palletizing Equipment.

Dock and warehouse equipment and supplies: Dock Levelers, Dock Pads, Doors, Forklift Trucks, Racks, Flooring, Handling Systems, Forklift Attachments, Conveyors, Hoists, Cranes, Monorails, Loading Dock Equipment, Below/Hook Lifting Devices

Inventory management, information technology and controlling technologies: Computers, Controllers, Software Programs, Systems Integrators, Manufacturing Execution Systems, Warehouse Management Systems/Supply Chain and Logistics Execution Systems, Remote Control Equipment, Wireless Control Systems, Voice Recognition Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning, Order Management Systems, Transportation Management Systems

Consultants and distribution system planners: Simulators, Modelers, System Designers, Distribution Consultants, Third-Party Logistics

Automatic identification equipment and systems: Barcode Printers and Scanners, Vision Systems, Voice Recognition Systems, RFID Systems, Systems Integrators

Logistics and supply chain management: Alternative Fuel Systems, Parcel Management, Reverse Logistics, Third-Party Logistics, Sustainable Facility Solutions, Supply Chain and Logistics Execution Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning, Transportation Management Systems and Inventory Security Services 

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