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National Logistics & Distribution Conference
Philadelphia, PA, United States - 1st and 2nd November 2005
Conference / congress

"Leveraging Your Logistics & Distribution Dollar"
First session was held November 1-2, 2005 in Philadelphia, PA
The second session will be February 8-9, 2006
Las Vegas, NV
Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

Two days packed with educational and innovative solution sessions focused specifically on logistics and distribution operations. This conference provides the tools and techniques you need to improve your logistics and distribution knowledge, solution development and operating performance. You'll hear from expert speakers, exchange ideas with your peers, and enjoy networking with many logistics and distribution thought leaders.
Topics include
NETWORK STRATEGY
REAL ESTATE
DC DESIGN & ORDER FULFILLMENT
WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS



Date(s):
1st and 2nd November 2005

Venue:
Marriott Philadelphia Downtown

Contact for booking / more info:
Carolyn Morgan fax 678-327-2042

http://www.peachstate.com/events/events000/register.htm
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