19th March 2019 (Date – TBC) – AMHSA Training Workshop

By 12th February 2019 No Comments

Ever seen a large distribution centre at the side of a motorway or arterial carriageway and thought “I wonder what goes on in there”? Well wonder no more.

Arguably the UK’s leading authority on logistics automation, AMHSA are once again pleased to be able to offer their Training Workshop designed to cover the fundamentals of automated materials handling solutions. This event has proved to be one of the most popular events in the AMHSA calendar and is recommended to all newcomers and experienced colleagues in our industry.

Whether it’s an introduction, familiarisation or an understanding of the traditional or the contemporary and state-of-the-art solutions on the market, to tackle and overcome the automation introduction obstacles in your supply chain, this workshop will offer a comprehensive awareness of the products available, for designers and engineers, which position and maintain our industry as innovative and groundbreaking.

Come and hear how automation solves, resolves and challenges the threats and opportunities experienced by the modern business thriving to improve productivity, safety and effectiveness in some of the most competitive market places in the world. From totes to pallets, cartons to hangers, trucks to AGV’s, Cranes to Shuttles and much more besides we shall hear, how through effective planning and use of the full array of the automation products and services arsenal, the modern supply chain is capable and able to react to the ever changing – consumer demand!

Stay ahead in this ever-advancing industry and learn how the continuing need for automation and automation development is being driven by social, financial, political, legal and technological factors in a constantly changing global market.

The day will feature a series of short succinct informative presentations from a panel of experienced leading industry specialists, who will introduce, inform and update delegates on a wide and varied array of automation topics. The talks are aimed to appeal to the widest possible audience, so whether you are a newcomer to the industry or you have a vast wealth of experience, there should be something new for everybody to learn or glean from the day.  

Topics to be included for discussion are

  • Containers
  • Racking and Shelving
  • Cranes / shuttle systems
  • Conveyors
  • AGVs
  • Control Systems
  • Mezzanines
  • ASRS 
  • Sortation
  • Picking Systems
  • Overall system design
  • WCS / WMS / WES

Our team of panelists will be ready to answer questions throughout the day, providing expert advice and guidance. Our aspiration is for all delegates to leave the workshop with a greater understanding and appreciation of the products and services available within the industry and a knowledge of the key players in the wider market place.

Appropriate breaks will allow networking opportunities and a buffet lunch will be provided.

The workshop will be open for registration and teas and coffees from 9:30am and will finish at around 16:00 hours. Date to be confirmed.