Accelerated Growth Continues to attract New Members to the Automated Material Handling Systems Association (AMHSA).
The pandemic has undoubtedly sent shockwaves to the core of businesses in all industry sectors causing many to rethink recovery, continuity and resilience programmes and planning.
As part of these plans, and as the Automated Material Handling Systems sector continues to experience monumental growth, many businesses are considering and viewing Trade Associations as useful organisations, to be part of, adding benefits to their arsenal of measures to overcome the additional political, environmental, legal and technological factors weighing on the sector.
AMHSA are delighted that membership and interest in the association continues to grow. Four more businesses have taken the opportunity to be part of the organisation recognised as “the voice of the automated material handling industry” and have joined the association since May this year, including Loadhog, Alfa Industrial Services, Engelmann & Buckham, and Elmleigh Electrical Systems. In the last week the array of products and services being offered by AMHSA members has been bolstered by two more companies – Kardex Remstar and First Line Software, bringing their skills, expertise and experience to the association.
Dave Berridge, Association Secretary, said “as the industry continues to experience accelerated growth I am certain that AMHSA and its members will also continue to enjoy a prosperous period as we deliver our vision, mission and values to members customers’ and the wider sector as a whole”.
AMHSA Members – “On our own we are powerful, together we are unstoppable”!