JAPAN – Logis-Tech Tokyo, the biennial international material handling and logistics exhibition in Japan, is expecting at least 60,000 industry professionals to attend the four-day event that will run on 13-16 September.
Banking on the success of the previous Logis-Tech Tokyo events, organizers of this year’s trade show expressed optimism that more professionals and exhibiting companies will participate.
At least 450 companies occupying 1,850 booths are expected to sign up in the event that will take place at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, the Tokyo Big Sight.
In 2014, Logis-Tech Tokyo gathered 55,000 registered visitors, including 1,175 visitors from overseas. A total of 418 companies, including those from nine overseas countries, exhibited.
The previous event gathered participants from Asia, Europe, the United States, Middle East, Africa, and South America.
For this year’s edition, exhibit categories include storage systems & equipment, picking systems, industrial vehicles, carriers, packaging systems & equipment, information systems & software, logistics-related environmental systems, PR for attraction of enterprises, sorting systems & equipment, transfer systems, trucks & specially equipped vehicles, pallets & containers, third-party logistics, engineering & consulting, storage & transportation services, parts for logistic equipment, development / investment in logistics facilities, and publishing & associations.
Logis-Tech Tokyo To Gather Top Industry Professionals
As with the previous editions of the event, Logis-Tech Tokyo 2016 is expected to gather top management from all industries in Japan and overseas.
Based on the program, the visiting public can attend the presentations on logistics management and logistics strategies on Wednesday, 14 September. The said presentations will be given by general managers of leading Japanese firms.
The presentations, which will be held at the Conference Tower 1F 102 Meeting room of Tokyo Big Sight, can only accommodate 100 participants.
Logis-Tech Tokyo 2016 is organized by The Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers, Japan Management Association, Japan Industrial Vehicles Association, Japan Institute of Logistics Systems, The Japan Institute of Material Handling, Japan Material Handling Association, and Japan Pallet Association. – EventsNewsAsia.com