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When MODEX returns to Atlanta on 28 March, it will include more than 850 exhibits from leading solution providers and a comprehensive Educational Conference of over 150 sessions focusing on best-in-class solutions for manufacturing and supply chain operations. Exhibits at MODEX 2022 will represent all segments of the material handling, logistics and transportation industry, from traditional, manual equipment to computerised, automated systems and smart, connected supply chain technologies.

“Exhibitors and attendees alike are eager to return to conducting business and experiencing the latest equipment, technology and solutions in-person,” says John Paxton, CEO of MHI. “There is no substitute for events like MODEX where you can see the solutions in-action on the show floor, learn about them in educational sessions and speak to the leading firms and innovators at one location to get answers specific to your operations. We are excited to provide this market access and knowledge opportunity for our entire community.”

“Our industry’s essential role over the last 18 months brought a focus to the role of supply chain solutions in the overall global economy,” says Daniel McKinnon, EVP of Exhibitions, MHI. “Seeing the large array of solutions, meeting with leading suppliers and connecting with peers will allow attendees the opportunity to discover solutions that will be essential for their success in the future.”

In addition to the exhibits, the MODEX Conference will include four keynotes and over 150 show floor educational seminars.

MHI will preview the 2022 Annual Industry Report-Evolution to Revolution-Building the supply chains of tomorrow during the 30 March keynote.

During the keynote, Thomas Boykin of Deloitte will join John Paxton to present the findings of the 2022 report that details the innovations that are revolutionising supply chain investments amid on-going disruption. This is the ninth MHI Annual Industry Report released by MHI in collaboration with Deloitte Consulting.

They will be joined by a panel of manufacturing and supply chain professionals to discuss the real-world significance of the report findings. Panelists include:

  • Terry Esper, Associate Professor of Logistics, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
  • Adrian Kumar, VP & global head of operations Science and Analytics, DHL Supply Chain
  • Jason Minghini, group vice president operations, Kenco
  • Torsten Pilz, senior vice president and chief supply chain officer, Honeywell

The report will be available for download on 30 March mhi.org/publications/report.

 

Other keynotes during the week are:

 

28 March Keynote: Women in Leadership

Erika Alexander, chief global operations officer for Marriott International

 

29 March 29 Keynote: A Conversation with Sanjay Gupta

Preparing for the next pandemic – insights into future health-related disruptions

 

30 March Keynote Panel: Preview of MHI 2022 Annual Industry Report

John Paxton, CEO, MHI and Thomas Boykin, supply chain specialist leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP

 

30 March Keynote: A Conversation with Shaquille O’Neal

Shaquille O’Neal, Cultural Icon and NBA Star

 

Modex will also host an MHI Young Professionals Network Reception on 28 March 28 and a MODEX 2022 Student Day on 30 March.

LHI has a stand at MODEX so if you want to know more about us or have any questions or suggestions please go along to stand B2632 and speak to Cindy Kirby who will be happy to assist.


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