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What’s new at NA 2010

By Modern Materials Handling Staff
April 01, 2010
  • Keynote Seminar Series: NA 2010’s Educational Conference will feature a Keynote Seminar Series on the Future Track for sustainability, training, workforce and retail distribution. Each 45-minute session will provide forward-thinking perspectives on issues impacting manufacturing and distribution professionals. Attend on Monday and Tuesday, April 26 and 27.
  • Supply Chain Summit: This first-time event brings together four distinct views of the supply chain from industry, the military, universities and government. Discover how those views will shape supply chain models of the future. Attend on Wednesday, April 28.
  • Social Media: NA 2010 has a presence on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. Exhibitors and attendees are encouraged to use the hashtag #nashow in all social media.

For more information about these and other show programs, visit http://www.nashow.com .

 

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