CeMAT AUSTRALIA 2016 brought the latest updates on intralogistics and materials handling to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from July 14-16 2016. We were lucky to speak with Sascha Schmel, Managing Director of VDMA about the latest innovations in intralogistics and where technology will take us in the next five years, see what he has to say about the new era for supply chain management.
For three days, Melbourne was home to Australia’s logistics and supply chain elite. CeMAT AUSTRALIA opened its doors on the 12th of July, and holding true the CeMAT global brand, this event brought the latest in automation and materials handling to the showfloor.
CeMAT Australia hosted it’s first keynote with a futuristic presentation from Sascha Schmel, Managing Director, VDMA Materials Handling and Intralogistics.
This post was written by Forkliftaction blogger Nick Welch is Senior Technical Development Executive for RTITB, the largest forklift training accrediting body in the UK and Ireland, recognised by the HSE, HSA and HSENI.
Forklifts account for around 25% of workplace incidents, and while it’s fair to say that speed doesn’t play a role in all incidents, reckless speed is a significant contributing factor in many of the things that affect both safety and productivity.
You don’t have to be an IT professional to understand the benefits new systems can bring to your business.
The mobile revolution has sprung upon many businesses the need to adapt strategic thinking. Mobile, cloud, data, virtual reality, AI, and the concatenation of all things digital, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), are shaping both human behaviour and business technology.
The term “innovation” is applied somewhat generously in many industries. However, innovation truly is the heart of the materials handling and intralogistics industry and will be vital, along with exceptional customer service, to ensuring the industry continues to thrive long into the future.