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1) Roadmap For Sap WM Customers After 2025 And Simplifying The Transition.
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater A Sponsor Almasons Consulting LLC

Join Rajesh Mendonca - leading Warehouse Management expert and author of EWM bestseller “Fundamentals of SCM-EWM” in discussing: - End of Life (EOL) of SAP's Warehouse Management (WM) solution. - The dilemma of what solution to choose and the deciding factors. - Available options for SAP customers ...

2) Delivering on customers’ expectations: Unilever’s digital yard transformation
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater C Sponsor PINC

How are yard operations across all your facilities impacting on-time in-full delivery and transportation costs? According to industry experts, 80% of transportation delays happen while trailers are at distribution centers or manufacturing plants’ yards. Given the uncertainties with customer expectations ...

3) To Automate or Not to Automate
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater D Sponsor enVista

With supply chains in flux and ecommerce orders surging, automation is increasingly being leveraged to reduce labor dependencies while also improving distribution efficiencies, fulfillment timeframes, customer service, cost savings and resilience. However, determining the right application for warehouse ...

4) From Data to Action: Analyze, Prepare, Respond
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater F Sponsor Vanderlande Industries, Inc.

2020 has shown how quickly an industry or an economy can change. How businesses react and cope with those changes can be the difference between boom and bust. In this session our material handling experts will discuss how to tackle these challenges through Tactical and Operational Planning (TOP). ...

5) The Strategy Around Micro-Fulfillment
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater A Sponsor AHS, LLC

This presentation will emphasize key points that should be highly considered when developing a strategy around Micro-fulfillment. Micro-fulfilment refers to the idea of placing small-scale warehouse facilities in accessible, urban locations that are close to the consumer. This presentation will specify ...

6) The Truth About Distribution Data: Why Companies Struggle to Use It and How Companies are Succeeding
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater C Sponsor Longbow Advantage

Distribution operations are unique in the world of supply chain data. The systems that run your warehouses generate mass volumes of data every second of the day, and they generate much more data than any other area of the supply chain. Many organizations face challenges in accessing this data in real-time ...

7) How Much is Enough? Best Practices for Right-sizing Automation Levels
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater D Sponsor Miebach Consulting Inc.

When considering which type of automation is the right one for their operation, multiple factors are pushing for increased automation in the logistics and production industries, and options for various types of automation can seem endless when you begin your research. With so many possibilities, how ...

8) Why DOM and OMS Are the Keys to Omnichannel Fulfillment
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater F Sponsor enVista

Need to optimize omnichannel order orchestration and fulfillment, customer service and order profitability? An omnichannel order management system (OMS) is required. OMS is the only solution to drive both top and bottom line revenue, as well as omnichannel agility and customer service. In this session, ...

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Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Wednesday, April 14
Location Theater A Sponsor OneCharge Inc.

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Location Theater C Sponsor Siena Analytics

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11) Best Practices and Emerging Technology for Adopting Li-ion Powered Forklifts
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Wednesday, April 14
Location Theater D Sponsor Green Cubes Technology

This session will review best practices and results for the adoption of Lithium-ion batteries in forklifts and pallet jacks. Several case studies will be presented, with an emphasis on demonstrating what these enterprises learned as they implemented Lithium-ion batteries. These case studies profile what ...

12) The Business Case For AMR's
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Wednesday, April 14
Location Theater F Sponsor PULSE Integration

PULSE Integration’s Chief of Strategy & Innovation, Matthew Chang shares information about the business case for AMRs vs. forklifts, conveyors, and other modes of material handling at both greenfield and brownfield facilities. This session is focused on providing a detailed discussion on the value of ...

13) 5 Considerations in Designing Successful AMR Deployments
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Thursday, April 15
Location Theater A Sponsor Vecna Robotics

A solid solution design lays the foundation for the future success of your autonomous mobile robot deployment. When done right, a highly-efficient workflow design takes into account an ecosystem of human workers, a range of robots for a variety of payloads or purposes, other technologies, and the facilities’ ...

14) Optimize, Connect, Automate 3.0
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Thursday, April 15
Location Theater C Sponsor The Raymond Corporation

Seminar Description (4,000 characters): As operations face unprecedented challenges, it’s easy to see the advantages of using semi- and fully automated solutions to increase productivity, address the labor shortage and reduce operator density in a warehouse. However, before jumping into automation, it ...

15) Growing Faster: Increasing Speed & Lowering Costs with Automation Integration
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Thursday, April 15
Location Theater D Sponsor Murata Machinery USA, Inc.

In today’s market and economy, people want your products and they want them now. Consumers expectations for access to products and speed of delivery are rapidly rising and driving changes throughout industrial machinery, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution market segments. During this presentation, ...

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