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Free Webinar Series - Integrated Handling Solutions
Lawrence, MA, United States - 10th May 2005
Seminar / workshop

Abel-Womack Integrated Handling Solutions, a leading supply chain integrator, has announced the launch of a series of educational webinars for supply chain professionals.  The series, entitled “Supply Chain Excellence: Delivered to Your Desk”, will address topics of interest and key challenges facing supply chain operations in today’s competitive market.   All webinars are free of charge and attendees can conveniently access the webinar right from their desktop.  Abel-Womack’s goal, by sharing their extensive knowledge and experience, is to assist supply chain professionals in achieving their key logistic objective – to increase overall corporate profitability.

The first webinar in the series, “The S.I.B.A.K.I.S. Principle: See It Big And Keep It Simple”, will be held on May 10th, 2005 at 3:00PM EST.   This presentation will address developing a “Best in Class” supply chain through a phased implementation approach.
This webinar will help attendees to:
o Understand process and technology alternatives
o Determine what state-of-the-art automation/technology can address specific business objectives
o Streamline material flow throughout the warehouse
o Integrate the business model, process, and technology into a seamless end-to-end solution
o Plan and implement warehouse improvements in a phased approach – ensuring manageable costs with minimally disruption to the business
To register for this webinar, visit and select “View Schedule” and then the “Register Now” icon.   The registration process allows interested parties to invite colleagues to the webinar.

“In today’s highly evolved supply chain environment, it is even more critical for companies to stay abreast of industry developments.  Unfortunately, supply chain professionals are busier than ever and usually don’t have the time to attend traditional seminars,” stated John Croce, President and CEO of Abel-Womack Integrated Handling Solutions.  “We have addressed this need by introducing a webinar series.  This allows companies to secure pertinent information in a format that requires a minimal time investment.

“As an Abel-Womack customer, I am looking forward to these webinars.  Time is money, therefore I prefer the convenience of participating via the web” said Rick Thorn, Distribution Engineering Manager, New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.  “Abel-Womack has been in the material handling business since 1922.  Their wealth of combined knowledge and experience is very rare.”

About Abel-Womack Integrated Handling Solutions:
Abel-Womack provides application specific, mission critical, integrated solutions for the supply chain, from a single fork lift truck to outfitting an entire facility.  With a unique array of capabilities, Abel-Womack offers clients a single source for design engineering, equipment procurement and on-going support.  Their broad range of world-class products include Raymond lift trucks, Remstar carousels, Hytrol and other premier brands of conveyor, as well as industry leading storage systems, overhead lifting equipment and warehouse management software.  Committed to long-term client relationships, the Abel-Womack business model is dedicated to: Engineering the Solution, Managing the Process and Supporting the Results.  For more information, visit:
Forkliftaction Media Pty Ltd
PO Box 1439
Milton QLD 4064
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