September 2021. First Line Software expert spoke in a round-table discussion on the topic: “Software: Top 10 Buzzwords – What They Mean and How They Grow Your Business”
The Logistic business show was held the week of September 20th and was devoted to intralogistics, software, packaging, and its automation. Every year thousands of professionals attend this event and are looking for intralogistics solutions to help them navigate supply chain issues. It is an ideal place to network with potential and existing relations in an informal setting.
This year was no different and offered a rich and high-quality program in which experts shared their years of knowledge and experience on current topics in the field of intralogistics solutions and supply chain management. The themes discussed were Forklift & AGV Technology, Handling Automation Systems, Packaging & Pallets, Software & Computing, Transport Services & Equipment, Warehousing Equipment.
First Line Software expert spoke in a round-table discussion on the topic: “Software: Top 10 Buzzwords – What They Mean and How They Grow Your Business”. A wide variety of issues were discussed including Big Data, Digital Transformation, Digitalization & Automation, Modern Logistics, addressing client’s fears, working through the big challenges of our time, and incorporating environmental sustainability. During the round table, it became clear – more and more warehouses are being automated which raised many questions for companies beginning the process. What is the difference between mechanization and robotization? What are the latest developments in both areas? Which concept should you choose? What are the cost savings? What are the risks? First Line Software’s expertise in this area was very well represented.
Five days of networking, discovering innovations, and online meetings covering key areas of interest in logistics and supply chain management across the globe. The attendees had access to 10 speaker sessions and 70+ exhibitors.
Each session covered current challenges and opportunities to explore future technology innovations, across the major sub-sectors of the transport and logistics industry, expertly moderated by Logistics Business editor Paul Hamblin.
The Logistics Business Show provided an important platform for interaction between suppliers and users of logistic management, IT, transport and supply chain services, warehousing, and materials handling. The exhibition virtual marketplace enabled visitors to source products online, request quotations, meet exhibitors on video calls and chats, network, download documents, and watch the conference.