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COUNTDOWN TO CeMAT AUSTRALIA 2015

24-04-2015
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Online retail will account for anything between 15% and 27% of all retail sales within the next four years.

The impact this will have on Australia’s logistic and supply chain is enormous, with only the logistically-savvy surviving.

At CeMAT AUSTRALIA you will find out exactly which technology will help you design a warehouse for efficiency, and how automation can help you in harnessing the explosion of ecommerce.

With over 100 Exhibitors and 30 product launches and demonstrations on the showfloor, CeMAT has all your materials handling and logistics solutions in one place.

Don’t miss your chance to be part of Australia’s first CeMAT, the world’s largest intralogistics and materials handling event, at Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush from May 5-7. 

Entry is complimentary to business visitors. 

Register NOW and get a chance to win a trip to CeMAT Hannover

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