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CeMAT Australia Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

  • Written by Laura Valentine



CeMAT Australia,
Australia’s largest intralogistics and materials handling show, continues to add leading names to its line-up, including Vanderlande and Adaptalift Hyster.

Already, CeMAT Australia is attracting top international and national names from across the industry to exhibit at the event taking place on 12th – 14th July at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

For the first time, Beumer Group, an international manufacturing leader in intralogistics in the fields of conveying, loading, palletising, packaging, sortation and distribution technology, will be at CeMAT Australia.

In addition, international names including Loadhog (the UK’s multi award-winning packaging innovator), Manhattan Associates (a US-based provider of advanced, omni-channel chain software to a number of clients in the logistics industry), and CGP Coating Innovation, (a French company that provides specialist coatings, anti-slip sheets and protective packaging for pallets), will be in attendance.

These leading international names will also be joined by Australian brands including Aqualuma, (high quality LED lights), Concept Latch Lock & Hinge, (a provider of hardware solutions), and Safequip, (which provides site safety coordination to many businesses).

Sarah Haughey, Show Director for CeMAT Australia, commented: “It is great news that so many leading international and national names are confirmed for CeMAT 2016.

“It is evident that the industry is committed to driving the intralogistics and material handling industry forward, to provide smarter, quicker and more efficient ways of working.”

CeMAT is the world’s leading trade show for supply chain management and the intralogistics industry and this year’s event provides a hub of interactivity, education and knowledge exchange.

The show will feature the Knowledge Theatre, which has been created to provide an open platform on the show floor for industry leaders from a range of markets and sectors to give insight through case study driven presentations. With up to 30 presentations, attendees will gain priceless insights into how companies have overcome common problems, implemented leading solutions and how the sector is moving into the future.

Sarah concluded: “We look forward to announcing more big name exhibitors in the coming weeks, along with our keynote speakers for the Knowledge Theatre presentations.”


  • CeMAT AUSTRALIA will take place 12-14 July at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

  • In Europe, CeMAT AUSTRALIA is held every two years in Hannover, Germany and is the must-attend event for the fast-evolving European intralogistics industry.

  • CeMAT AUSTRALIA has a global presence and is also staged in Russia, Asia, India and South America.

  • In its second year, CeMAT AUSTRALIA is proud to have the support of key industry leaders including Dematic, CHEP, Swisslog, Kuka Robotics, Retailquip, Bastian Solutions, Vanderlande, TVH

  • CeMAT AUSTRALIA is presented by Deutsche Messe – the world leader in bringing innovative, inspiring and effective business events to high level decision makers. Global Fairs. Global Business.

 

 

 

 

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