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Association of Professional Material Handling Consultants (APMHC)
Cleveland, United States - 25th & 26th March 2006
Conference / congress

The Association of Professional Material Handling Consultants (APMHC) is extending a cordial invitation to interested material handling consultants to attend its Spring Meeting 2006. APMHC is an affiliated professional association of the Material Handling Industry of America and is composed of individual consultants in the material handling field.

APMHC promotes and coordinates the exchange of ideas and information among members; encourages the improvement of analysis, synthesis, installation, and training; advances the profession through the development of standards of performance; and assists other groups in promoting material handling in general, and the consulting profession as a whole.

The APMHC Spring Meeting 2006 is being held in conjunction with the NA 2006 Trade Show Event in Cleveland, Ohio.

25th & 26th March 2006

The Saturday session begins at 1:00 p.m. and the Sunday session begins at 9:00 am. (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Cleveland Marriott Downtown @ Key Center, 127 Public Square in the Huron Room.

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