This year at CeMAT Australia 2022 some of Australia’s biggest post pandemic success stories are set to share their warehouse and supply chain innovations and insights as part of the event’s free conference – 19-21 July, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
This year, the CeMAT Australia conference will run over three days from the CeMAT Knowledge Theatre located adjacent to the showroom floor. Exploring the theme Beyond resilience – rethinking, reinforcing and reconnecting the supply chain, in addition to forecasters and experts, some of the world’s leading brands will be featured.
- OzHarvest and the logistics behind the Fight Against Food Waste
- Live case study: Creating Snack Brand’s mega 30,255 square metre automated facility
- Coles and Witron – The era of intelligent DCs
- Masterminding a Meerkat: the story of DHL’s autonomous inventory management robot
- MyDeal – Putting the customer first. Anything less is setting up for failure
- Digital Supply Chains – Opportunities and specific local case studies
For the full conference agenda, visit cemat.com.au/cemat-2022-agenda.
PLUS: What does it take to deliver the Australian Open?
Also free to all CeMAT attendees is a Networking Drinks Reception at 4pm on Wednesday 20 July featuring special guest speaker Paul Keisler, director of Product Operations and Site Delivery, Tennis Australia.
Keisler will reveal what it takes to deliver the Australian Open and share some of the operational challenges the team has faced over the past couple of unique years. During the reception, you can reconnect with industry peers and meet world class leaders, experts and innovators in all things warehousing and supply chain management.
Industry 4.0 on show under one roof
The CeMAT exhibition floor will showcase the latest logistics and warehousing technology and equipment. A one-stop shop of technology, tools and services, providing demonstrations and practical take-away solutions to address challenges faced in manufacturing, warehousing, construction and across the supply chain.
To apply for your free visitor ticket, go to www.cemat.com.au.