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INAUGURAL CEMAT EVENT LAUNCHING SOON IN AUSTRALIA

12-11-2014
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CeMAT, the world leading intralogistics and materials handling show is coming to Australia for the first time in 2015. 

To be held at the Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush, the CeMAT Australia Exhibition and Conference will run across three days from May 5-7.

CeMAT Australia will provide a platform to gather key decision makers and showcase the latest industry insights and technologies in the logistics and materials handling industries. 

Featuring five niche showfloor categories – Store and Load, Manage and Service, Move and Lift, Pick and Pack and Logistics IT – CeMAT Australia 2015 will showcase intralogistics, logistics and materials handling solutions under one roof.

Confirmed conference speakers include Adam Jacobs, Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Iconic, Kris Lancaster, Logistics Operations Manager of Foodstuffs South Island New Zealand and Ron Koehler, Chief Executive Officer of DB Schenker Australia and New Zealand.

CeMAT Australia has received strong support from key industry players such as Adaptalift Hyster, DB Schenker, Knapp and the Australian Warehousing Association.

CeMAT Australia is the materials handling exhibition the industry has been waiting for with great anticipation in recent years. 

“We’re excited that the world’s largest logistics fair is coming to Australia in 2015. It presents a great opportunity for the industry to gain valuable insights into how to optimise the intra-logistics sector in Australia,” said Ron Koehler, Chief Executive Officer Au/NZ, Country Manager, Schenker Australia.

CeMAT is presented by Deutsche Messe.

For more information on the exhibition and conference, contact:

Dajana Dikic

Head of CeMAT Australia

Ph: 02 9282 7509

www.hannoverfairs.com.au

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