Linde is the latest company choosing to exhibit at the IntraLogisteX exhibition which takes place in Coventry in March.
Jon Buckley, head of network sales at Linde Material Handling (UK), said: “Building strong customer partnerships through the provision of efficient, cost effective services and improved flexibility is a key focus for us at Linde and we are looking forwarded to demonstrate this at IntraLogisteX this year.
“We plan to focus on the strength of our products, services and network and are looking forward to the future of logistics in energy efficiency, performance, digital systems and customer partnerships. Some of our latest innovations include the expansion in the availability of lithium-ion and hydrogen powered trucks and building up a strong position as a provider of flexible automated solutions.
“Customers are always looking for efficiency from their operations, whether that is fuel efficiency, improved pick rates or reduced servicing requirements. However, we are seeing the increase use of telematics and data analysis to drive efficiencies and this is in turn driven by our customers increasingly complex supply chain. During 2017 we are expanding and developing our Intralogistics capability to provide a range of new logistics solutions, so while the industry focus shifts and the solutions we offer change our core message remains the same – Linde continues to understand and best meet customer’s needs now and in the future with the latest technological advancement.”
The IntraLogisteX Exhibition will be returning to the Ericsson Exhibition Hall 2 of the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, and will take place on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th March 2017.
Registration for the exhibition is now open. The event gives visitors the chance to explore all of the latest cutting-edge intralogistics innovations and find out which products best suite their operations.
The 2016 exhibition boasted a 20 per cent increase in visitor numbers.
Also joining the exhibitors is TC Facilities Management (TCFM), the commercial cleaning service which recently won a multi-service contract with RS Components, the electronics and automation company. TCFM will provide cleaning, security, catering, and grounds maintenance at 16 of RS’ sites, including two distribution centres in Corby and Nuneaton and 14 UK trade counters.
Steve Wengrow, divisional director, TCFM said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this contract with RS Components and are looking forward to demonstrating our ingenuity and use of technology resources.
More details at: www.intralogistex.co.uk