Manufacturing and supply chain topics at ProMat 2011

ProMat 2011 offers over 700 exhibiting companies, 80 educational seminars, March 21-24, 2011, on motion control, material handling and logistics-related topics.

01/31/2011


Material handling and logistics done well is your competitive advantage. Come to ProMat 2011 and see the best in the business.ProMat 2011

Explore over 700 exhibiting companies featuring cutting-edge equipment and systems solutions. Choose from two keynotes, two educational tracks and 80 educational seminars that deliver valuable insights into the latest trends, technologies and innovations.

ProMat 2011 is the one show where you will see in action the latest solutions and innovations the industry has to offer and meet the leading providers face-to-face to help you:

  • Streamline your operations and improve visibility
  • Maximize efficiency and flexibility
  • Cut costs
  • Speed time to market
  • Reduce your carbon footprint

From March 21-24, 2011 the material handling and logistics industry will showcase the latest manufacturing, distribution and supply chain solutions at ProMat 2011.

Complimentary Registration and more information at your ProMat Show.

ProMat 2011 is sponsored by the Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA).

Also in Chicago, March 20-22, see the Manufacturing/Automation Summit www.controleng.com/summit.



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