Event 

CeMAT Australia 2015 

by IndustryNetwork 
on 5-May-2015 
at Sydney Olympic Park 
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WHAT IS CeMAT? 

SMART – INTEGRATED - EFFICIENT

THE WORLD’S LARGEST MATERIALS HANDLING AND INTRA-LOGISTICS EVENT CEMAT IS COMING TO AUSTRALIA IN 2015. 

Building on the global success, the event will bring together Australia’s key players in the retail and FMCG market with 3PL’s and materials handling solutions providers to showcase how to create a smart, integrated and efficient approach to materials handling and transport logistics. Whilst the industry is experiencing hardship with many operations moving out of the country, for those that remain, labour costs will go up and labour availability will become a chronic problem. To drive cost reduction and create operational efficiencies many organisations will be looking to technology and automation to create new processes. Including a 3 Day Expo and a dedicated Conference in materials handling, CeMAT will highlight innovation in process improvement, including the role of automation in engineering the warehouse of the future.

CeMAT Australia 2015 will provide an unprecedented insight into the materials handling and transport logistics sector in Australia. With over 200 Key Decision makers from the Asia Pacific Region set to gather for this cross-industry knowledge sharing event, CeMAT Australia will enable organisations to see innovation first-hand and shorten the learning curve to enable sector growth. 

The continued demand from customers for the latest goods and services in a thriving omni-channel environment is driving an explosion in eCommerce in Australia. Those that delivery first to customer are those that will retain their competitive edge, forcing every organisations running warehouse and distribution centres to radically change their operating environments. An increasing need for process improvement and efficiency gains will see more investment in automation and RFID tracking technologies to optimise inventory management and network planning. Those organisations involved in the materials handling and consumer goods transportation will continue to look towards innovation in order to reduce operational costs and increase margins. 

As increasing focus is placed on partnerships, CeMAT’s key theme of inter-logistics will also explore how Australia can stay ahead of economic growth by embracing an integrated approach to materials handling and transport logistics and highlight the need for the provision of adequate quality of roadways, airports, harbors and railways.

 



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