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From MHI: Best-in-class products and services on display

The equipment, systems and software solutions of material handling and logistics very often hold the key to a productive and profitable supply chain. These solutions include a broad array of equipment and systems that cut costs and improve organizational safety, productivity, quality and visibility.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
January 22, 2013

On behalf of the Board of Governors of MHI, I hope that you are finding your time at ProMat 2013 to be both productive and enjoyable. I would like to take a few moments to introduce you to the sponsor of this event—MHI. Since 1945, MHIA has been the leading association in the United States representing the industry that produces material handing and logistics solutions—the Solutions that Make the Supply Chain Work.

The equipment, systems and software solutions of material handling and logistics very often hold the key to a productive and profitable supply chain. These solutions include a broad array of equipment and systems that cut costs and improve organizational safety, productivity, quality and visibility.

MHI strives to maintain and stimulate the continuing growth of the industry by sponsoring world-class trade events, such as ProMat 2013 and Modex 2014 to showcase the best-in-class products and services of its member companies. We also offer a newly designed, solution-focused Web site at http://www.MHI.org and the MHI Solutions magazine both of which deliver content focusing on the needs of manufacturing and supply chain professionals.
This morning’s keynote session features futurist Edie Weiner will lead a panel discussion of industry leaders on the future of material handling, logistics and the supply chain. The keynote begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Grand Ballroom, S100. There is also a full list of show floor educational seminars and two educational track sessions. Please refer to signage in the ProMat registration area and on the informational screen at the show floor entrance for the schedule of events. Or, you can have all this information at your fingertips by downloading the ProMat Mobile App.

MHI’s member companies are industry leaders in providing solutions that make the supply chain work and many of them are exhibiting companies at ProMat 2013. As you walk the ProMat show floor, you will experience the broad representation of the equipment, technology and services that comprise our industry. You will see all types of equipment, systems and services, both basic and advanced. You will see the individual components necessary to construct a complete and successful material handling, logistics and supply chain system solution. That’s because ProMat exhibitors represent the entire industry.

For more information on MHI programs and our member companies, visit Booth 3355 or visit http://www.mhi.org.

E. Larry Strayhorn
Executive Chairman, MHI

ProMat 2013 is scheduled to be held January 21-24, 2013 in Chicago’s McCormick Place South. The tradeshow will showcase the latest manufacturing, distribution and supply chain solutions in the material handling and logistics industry. Modern’s complete ProMat 2013 coverage.

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