Georgia World Congress Center March 17-20, 2014 March 20, 2014 285 Andrew Young International Blvd, NW Atlanta, GA USA

Collocated Education Partners

MODEX 2014 will be the location for several collocated educational events which will provide one-of-a-kind insight into the overall supply chain.

Saturday, March 15

12:00pm - 5:00pm
APMHC Annual Meeting

American Professional Material Handling Consultants (APMHC)

Separate Registration Required

For more information contact: Steve Trommer

Sunday, March 16

8:00am - 4:00pm
APMHC Annual Meeting

American Professional Material Handling Consultants (APMHC)

Separate Registration Required

For more information contact: Steve Trommer

Monday, March 17

10:00am - 11:00am
Has Technology Changed The Way We Train Employees? sponsored by American Society of Transportation and Logistics (ASTL)

Not long ago, classroom training was the primary technique for educating employees. Today, many businesses are using an immensely popular virtual world in Logistics and Supply Chain Management for learners that also saves company time and money. Learn how this technology is being used in a career pathway of industry credentials.

Speakers:
Elaine Puri, CTL Director of Workforce Development
Wayne Kline, GLA, Program Director, Polk State Corporate College

Free to all MODEX attendees
For more information and to pre-register please contact: Elaine Puri at epuri@astl.org

10:00am - 3:00pm
MODEX University powered by CICMHE

College Industry Council on Material Handling Education (CICMHE)

MODEX University brings together university faculty to present applied research that addresses evolving trends in integrated supply chains. Each 50-minute session will give you information that you can take away to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your supply chain operations.

  • 10:00am-11:00am
    Bringing Ergonomics to Distribution Centers

    Speaker: Steve Lavender
    Integrated Systems Engineering, The Ohio State University

    Distribution operations continue to be one of the more challenging environments from an ergonomics perspective. The fast paced manual material handling work exposes people to many risk factors associated with the development of musculoskeletal disorders. In this talk, Dr. Lavender will talk about their efforts to quantitatively identify high risk tasks and several possible ergonomic interventions concepts that were developed working collectively with individuals distribution groceries, apparel, and general merchandise products.

  • 11:00am-12:00pm
    Plug and Work Material Handling

    Speaker: Kevin Gue
    Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Auburn University

    A common complaint about automated material handling systems is that they are inflexible. Recent research has produced the prospect of truly "plug and work" material handling components, which operate much like Legos-imagine a system, and just build it. This seminar will describe four material handling systems (for conveyance, storage, order picking, and sequencing) that are built, Lego-like, from the same basic hardware component-a unit-sized conveyor module. The key to true plug-and-work performance is decentralized control: each module has its own brains and the ability to talk to its neighbors, but there is no centralized controller. Global behavior emerges from locally-made decisions. Could this be the future of material handling?

  • 1:00pm-2:00pm
    Construction of an Initial Layout for a Production or Service Facility

    Speakers: Jose A. Ventura (Penn State University)

    Facility layout is an important component of a business's overall operations in terms of maximizing the effectiveness of production processes and meeting the needs of employees. The criteria for a good layout necessarily relate to people (managers, workers, and customers), materials (raw materials, in-process parts, and finished goods), processing and store equipment, and their interactions. In this presentation, we discuss a practical methodology based on graph theory to construct an initial layout. The methodology uses a from-to chart defining the interactions between all pairs of departments (e.g., volume of materials or number of trips) to construct a relationship graph, where the nodes represent the departments and the arcs represent the adjacency requirements between departments. An Illustrative example will also be presented.

  • 2:00pm-3:00pm
    Next-generation Supply Chains

    Speaker: Elif Akcali
    University of Florida

    This presentation will highlight how leading companies reap competitive advantage from managing their supply chains as a strategic asset by matching the product demand and supply characteristics with supply chain capabilities as they relate to facility logistics and material handling capabilities needed. Building resilience to accommodate shifts in volume, distinguishing configurations for high-end and low-end products, or being responsive to differences in desired delivery times are some strategies that will be discussed.

Free to all MODEX attendees

For more information contact: CICMHE@mhi.org

10:00am - 6:00pm
Material Handling 101: Fundamentals, Analysis and Selection sponsored by Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute

Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute

Taught by H. Lee Hales

This 2-day workshop provides an introduction to the field of material handling including systems analysis, equipment selection, and the relationship of material handling to other activities and operations of the industrial plant or warehouse. You will learn how to plan and analyze material handling systems; how to improve material handling operations; and when to apply material handling automation. You will complete a hands-on planning assignment among the MODEX Show Floor exhibits. Using what you have learned in the workshop, you will identify alternative methods and equipment for a wide range of common material handling situations. Key features are case examples and a guided exercise to ensure your mastery of the techniques presented. Presented around the world in various forms for more than 30 years, it is the definitive introduction to the field. It is also an excellent refresher course for those who want an update on the latest trends. This course counts toward the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Certificate program. For more information and to register please visit: www.scl.gatech.edu/mh101.

Separate fee and registration applies

For more information contact: Carole Bennett

2:00pm - 3:00pm
Supply Chain Management in 2030 sponsored by WERC

Warehousing Education & Research Council (WERC)

How do you manage supply and demand in a world marked by population shifts that turn your supply and demand markets upside down? How do you secure the needed supplies to sustain and grow your business when resources are severely constrained? These are some of the issues that will “keep managers up at night” in the transforming world that lies ahead. This session is intended to open your eyes to the challenges that lie ahead and learn how to manage ahead of the challenges supply chain personnel will face in the coming three decades.

Dr. Chad W. Autry, PhD, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management - University of Tennessee At Knoxville

Dr. John E. Bell, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management - University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Free to all MODEX attendees. Pre-registration required. For more information please go to www.werc.org/events/werc_modex_2014_seminars.aspx

2:00pm - 3:00pm
National Certifications, the Solution, to Building the Current and Next Generation Pipeline of Entry- to Frontline-Workers in Material Handling and Distribution Throughout Supply Chain and Logistics Facilities.

Manufacturing Skills Standards Council MSSC

National Certifications, the Solution, to Building the Current and Next Generation Pipeline of Entry- to Frontline-Workers in Material Handling and Distribution Throughout Supply Chain and Logistics Facilities.

The Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) program offers both entry‐level and incumbent workers the opportunity to demonstrate that they have acquired the skills increasingly needed in the technology‐intensive jobs of the 21st century. CLT is an industry‐led training, assessment and certification system focused on the core skills and knowledge needed by the nation’s front‐line material handling and distribution workers.

CLT is the only certification for front‐line logistics workers that is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under ISO Standard 17024 (Personnel Certification). The CLT training and credentialing system is based on industry‐defined, annually updated national standards for the core technical competencies of front‐line material handling and distribution workers in production sites, warehouses, distribution centers and transporters.

Individuals are assessed for two credentials: the foundational‐level Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) certificate and mid‐level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) Certification. CLA is a prerequisite for CLT.

The CLT training and certification system is available nationwide through MSSC’s network of authorized instructors and assessment centers.

Free to all MODEX attendees

For more information contact: Kira Prin

4:30pm - 6:00pm
MHEDA & WERC Networking Reception

Material Handling Equipment Distributors (MHEDA)

This networking event is being sponsored by MHEDA & WERC and is open to all current and prospective MHEDA & WERC members. During the reception you are invited to network with industry peers, enjoy snacks and refreshments and learn more about the Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association & Warehousing Education & Research Council. There is no fee to attend but an RSVP is required.

RSVP Required

For more information and to RSVP please click here

6:30pm - 8:30pm
MHI Industry Night at the Georgia Aquarium

MHI

Separate fee and registration applies. Shuttle bus service provided.

Tuesday, March 18

8:00am - 9:30am
OFS Annual Membership Breakfast Conference

Order Fulfillment Solutions Council (OFS)

Join the Order Fulfillment Solutions Council (OFS) for their Annual Membership Breakfast Conference. This Breakfast is open to all current OFS members as well as prospective OFS members who have not previously attended an OFS event. During the event you are invited to network with industry peers, enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet and learn more about the Order Fulfillment Solutions Council (OFS). Confirmed speakers include Glen McIntosh, Director of Supply Chain for Domino’s Pizza and Phil Jones, Sr. Manager Operations and Vendor Relations for Target Corporation. There is no fee to attend but a RSVP is required.

For more information contact: Carmen Murphy

10:00am - 6:00pm
Material Handling 101: Fundamentals, Analysis and Selection (Day 2) sponsored by Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute

Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute

Taught by H. Lee Hales

This 2-day workshop provides an introduction to the field of material handling including systems analysis, equipment selection, and the relationship of material handling to other activities and operations of the industrial plant or warehouse. You will learn how to plan and analyze material handling systems; how to improve material handling operations; and when to apply material handling automation. You will complete a hands-on planning assignment among the MODEX Show Floor exhibits. Using what you have learned in the workshop, you will identify alternative methods and equipment for a wide range of common material handling situations. Key features are case examples and a guided exercise to ensure your mastery of the techniques presented. Presented around the world in various forms for more than 30 years, it is the definitive introduction to the field. It is also an excellent refresher course for those who want an update on the latest trends. This course counts toward the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Certificate program. For more information and to register please visit: www.scl.gatech.edu/mh101.

Separate fee and registration applies

For more information contact: Carole Bennett

10:00am - 11:00am
Design of Wood Pallets to Meet Unit Load Handling System Requirements sponsored by NWPCA

National Wooden Pallet Container Association (NWPCA)

Pallets are the key component to successful unit load material handling. The pallet is the interface between the equipment, forces and impacts of the material handling environment and the valuable, sometimes fragile, unitized load.

This presentation will address the requirements of pallets in unit load material handling systems and design of wood pallets to meet those requirements. Use of The Pallet Design System TM (CAD/CAE software) will be integrated with this discussion and presentation.

Free to all MODEX attendees.

For more information contact: Annette Ferri

10:30am - 11:30am
Lean For Less: 11 Quick, Low-Cost Ways to Make Your Warehouse or DC Lean sponsored by WERC

Warehousing Education & Research Council (WERC)

Making your warehouse or DC “leaner” doesn’t have to mean investing a lot of time and money in material handling equipment, automation, software, or layout changes. Often, Lean principles and concepts can be applied to warehouse and DC operations quickly, and for little or no cost. They key is to approach your operations with an industrial engineer’s mindset: Understand where to look, what to look for, and how to implement small changes that can produce big results.

Stephen T. Hopper, P.E., Founding Principal - Inviscid Consulting

Free to all MODEX attendees. Pre-registration required. For more information please go to www.werc.org/events/werc_modex_2014_seminars.aspx

10:30am - 5:30pm
Georgia Logistics Summit hosted by Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics

As the official Knowledge Partner for the Supply Chain & Transportation USA Conference, the 2014 Georgia Logistics Summit is the premium conference experience on March 18 & 19. Programming will feature numerous sessions and speakers chosen for their insights and expertise in the industry. Speakers will address challenges, trends and opportunities that are revolutionizing and shaping supply chains and will focus on the complexities of serving domestic and international markets.

Separate fee and registration applies for these premium sessions and networking opportunities through the Georgia Logistics Summit.

Don’t miss this opportunity to network, learn and join in…. To register, please go towww.georgialogistics.com/logistics-summit

DAY ONE

  • 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    Check-In & Registration
    Coffee Bar - Networking - Solution Provider Booths Open (* registration desk will be open all day)
  • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    International Logistics: Partnerships & Possibilities
    Learn and discuss business opportunities with experts from around the world. Panelists include representatives from some of the Southeast’s top trading and investment partner Countries. Panelists will represent the countries/regions of: India, Mexico, Japan. Moderated by: U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    Lunch with Solution Providers
    Join all the Summit attendees in the exhibition area for two hours of uninterrupted time to network and connect. Uniquely designed with a catered box-lunch and no pre-set seating you can meet with customers, visit solution providers’ booths, or use this time to arrange meetings in advance.

    PLUS...during this time, continue the discussion of international partnerships and possibilities with representatives from Brazil, Columbia, Germany, Turkey and more!
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    The Logistics of Manufacturing
    Interact with some of Georgia’s most prominent and upcoming manufacturing companies sharing insight into how they plan to compete and grow in an ever changing global economy.
  • 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    Networking Coffee Break
    Coffee Bar - Light Snacks - Networking - Solution Provider Booths Open
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    Keynote Panel Discussion: Growth & Expansion in Georgia
    Hear real-time updates on the current and future plans of some of Georgia’s newest located and expanding logistics-enabled companies.
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    2014 Georgia Logistics Summit Networking Reception
    The popular networking reception is a great chance to make new contacts and connect with customers, peers, and suppliers. Summit registration includes: Admission to the reception, two complementary drink-tickets, hors d’oeuvres, and optional cash bar. Exhibiting solution provider sponsors will also be available throughout the evening for attendees to visit.

1:30pm - 2:30pm
DC Measures Study – The Metrics You Use sponsored by WERC

Warehousing Education & Research Council (WERC)

The researchers will share trends and “aha’s” from the collected data defining what’s happening regarding 44 critical warehousing metrics. You’ll learn the up-to-the-minute data that you can use to benchmark your operational metrics against those of WERC members and DC Velocity readers.

Dr. Karl B. Manrodt, Professor - Georgia Southern University

Free to all MODEX attendees. Pre-registration required. For more information please go to www.werc.org/events/werc_modex_2014_seminars.aspx

3:00pm - 4:00pm
Warehouse Employee Opinion Survey - 2012 Results sponsored by WERC

Warehousing Education & Research Council (WERC)

As a manager, you need to understand what is important to your hourly workforce so you can modify your workforce strategies to attract and retain the most productive employees and reduce your labor costs by reducing turnover. We will review the results of our National Survey of hourly warehouse associates and see how the different economic conditions affect their priorities when they are looking for a job.

Brian Devine, Division Vice President - ProLogistix

Free to all MODEX attendees. Pre-registration required. For more information please go to www.werc.org/events/werc_modex_2014_seminars.aspx

4:30pm - 6:30pm
MODEX Young Professionals Networking Meet and Greet
Sponsored by MHI Young Professionals Network

MHI Young Professionals Network (YPN)

Join us on Tuesday evening for drinks and hors d’oeuvres with your fellow industry young professionals. Take a load off after a long day and get to know others and get contacts in your field.

Room B302-B303

Free to all MODEX attendees.

5:30pm - 8:00pm
2014 Georgia Logistics Summit Networking Reception

Georgia Logistics Summit hosted by Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics

Separate fee and registration applies.

To register, please go to www.georgialogistics.com/logistics-summit

The popular networking reception is a great chance to make new contacts and connect with customers, peers, and suppliers. Summit registration includes: Admission to the reception, two complementary drink-tickets, hors d’oeuvres, and optional cash bar. Exhibiting solution provider sponsors will also be available throughout the evening for attendees to visit.

Wednesday, March 19

8:00am - 3:15pm
Georgia Logistics Summit hosted by Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics

As the official Knowledge Partner for the Supply Chain & Transportation USA Conference, the 2014 Georgia Logistics Summit is the premium conference experience on March 18 & 19. Programming will feature numerous sessions and speakers chosen for their insights and expertise in the industry. Speakers will address challenges, trends and opportunities that are revolutionizing and shaping supply chains and will focus on the complexities of serving domestic and international markets.

Separate fee and registration applies for these premium sessions and networking opportunities through the Georgia Logistics Summit.

Don’t miss this opportunity to network, learn and join in…. To register, please go to www.georgialogistics.com/logistics-summit

DAY TWO

  • 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
    Check-In & Registration
    Continental Breakfast Buffet - Coffee Bar - Networking - Solution Provider Booths Open (* registration desk will be open all day)
  • 8:15 AM - 10:00 AM
    Welcome & Rapid-Fire Transportation Update
    Welcome Remarks: Governor Nathan Deal, Keynote Panel Includes Georgia leaders from: Ports, Rail, Trucking, Air Cargo, Georgia DOT. Moderated by: Page Siplon, Executive Director, Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics
  • 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
    Opportunity Sessions: Imports - Exports - Domestic
    These concurrent sessions include over 15 speakers from private-industry logistics consumers. Each session is focused on a different perspective of logistics and supply chain management: Imports, Exports, and Domestic
  • 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM
    Lunch Keynote: Complexity of Serving Domestic & International Markets
    Kevin Jones, Walmart's Vice President of Inbound Transportation will discuss how the world's largest retailer leverages not just imports, but exports and domestic transportation in order to cost effectively serve its millions of customers every day, from over 11,000 stores all across the globe.
  • 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Expert Sessions: Topics in Tomorrow's Supply Chains
    Concurrent breakout sessions hosted by leading companies will focus on individual topics/trends of demonstrated importance to today’s rapidly evolving supply chains. These interactive sessions will provide actionable knowledge you can bring back to your company or organization.

11:00am - 3:00pm
CELDi Industry Advisory Board Meeting

Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi)

Separate Pre-Registration Required To Attend

For more information contact: Karin Alvarado

2:00pm - 3:00pm
National Certifications, the Solution, to Building the Current and Next Generation Pipeline of Entry- to Frontline-Workers in Material Handling and Distribution Throughout Supply Chain and Logistics Facilities.

Manufacturing Skills Standards Council MSSC

National Certifications, the Solution, to Building the Current and Next Generation Pipeline of Entry- to Frontline-Workers in Material Handling and Distribution Throughout Supply Chain and Logistics Facilities.

The Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) program offers both entry‐level and incumbent workers the opportunity to demonstrate that they have acquired the skills increasingly needed in the technology‐intensive jobs of the 21st century. CLT is an industry‐led training, assessment and certification system focused on the core skills and knowledge needed by the nation’s front‐line material handling and distribution workers.

CLT is the only certification for front‐line logistics workers that is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under ISO Standard 17024 (Personnel Certification). The CLT training and credentialing system is based on industry‐defined, annually updated national standards for the core technical competencies of front‐line material handling and distribution workers in production sites, warehouses, distribution centers and transporters.

Individuals are assessed for two credentials: the foundational‐level Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) certificate and mid‐level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) Certification. CLA is a prerequisite for CLT.

The CLT training and certification system is available nationwide through MSSC’s network of authorized instructors and assessment centers.

Free to all MODEX attendees

Contact for more information: Kira Prin

3:00pm - 4:00pm
Industry Titan Talk sponsored by CELDi

Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi)

Gary Maxwell,
President, Maxwell Value Chain, Inc.
Retired senior vice president of Global Business Process Engineering for Walmart International

A Formula for Supply Chain Innovation
In an environment of rapidly changing technology, how can you foster innovation and deliver a supply chain P&L that increases your companies competitiveness. Supply Chain innovation requires more than just ideas. Come hear how process, organization, and incentives work together to create winning innovation.

Free to all MODEX attendees

For more information contact: Karin Alvarado

9:00am - 5:00pm
Material Handling & Logistics Classroom Day

College-Industry Council on Material Handling Education (CICMHE)

The College Industry Council on Material Handling Education (CICMHE) of MHI has partnered with the Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA) to offer a special program for students and professors in engineering, technology, manufacturing, operations, supply chain and logistics.

9:00am - 9:30am Check-In
Pre-register in advance at www.modexshow.com, go by Registration to pick up your badge, then come to Room B302-303 to learn more about the industry and how to get the most out of the show and conference. You will receive an "Academic VIP" ribbon along with a variety of materials to help you better understand the show, the industry and the educational materials available from MHI.

9:30am - 10:00am Welcome and Introduction to the Material Handling Industry and the MODEX 2014 Expo
Attend a presentation providing an overview of how material handling and logistics solutions make goods flow, how solutions are developed, current and future trends, people and jobs in the industry, plus how to make the most out of your visit to MODEX 2014. Information will also be presented about the materials available from CICMHE, MHI and MHEDA.

10:15am - 12:15pm Tour of the Show Floor
Students and professors will split into groups to take a guided tour of the show floor and see the latest material handling and logistics technologies. Industry experts at selected show booths are waiting to talk with you about the industry, solutions and careers. Get a better understanding of how to apply the technologies and techniques to solve real-world problems. The product literature, white papers, case studies, DVDs and other content found on the show floor can be a valuable educational resource.

12:15pm - 2:00pm Lunch and Contest Introduction
Enjoy lunch with the other Classroom Day participants courtesy of CICMHE and MHI. While you eat, information on a design contest for all students will be presented.

2:00pm - 3:00pm Design Preparation
Students, working in teams of 10, will have this time to develop and prepare their contest submissions.

3:00pm - 3:30pm Wrap-Up
Winners will be announced along with final announcements for the day.

3:30pm - 5:00pm Free Time on the Show Floor
Return to the show floor to talk with additional vendors or attend educational sessions. The MODEX Expo closes at 5:00 p.m.

Separate Pre-Registration Required To Attend.

For more information contact: CICMHE@mhi.org

9:00am - 5:00pm
Technical Career Education Conference

Technical Career Education Program (TCEP)

TECHNICAL CAREER EDUCATION CONFERENCE

The Technical Career Education Program (TCEP) of MHI is offering a special program for students and educators in the areas of warehousing and distribution, supply chain and logistics. The mission of the program is to provide instructional support to educational institutions seeking to provide training for entry level students in those areas.

TCEP is taking on the major initiative to build the “Workforce of the Future” and provide training so that young persons entering the workforce, the unemployed, the under-employed, and job changers can begin a career in this dynamic industry.

DETAILS

  • 9:00am - 9:30am
    Check-In

    Pre-register in advance at www.modexshow.com, go by Registration to pick up your badge, then come to Room B304. You will receive an "Academic VIP" ribbon along with a variety of materials to help you better understand the show, the industry and the educational materials available from MHI.
  • 9:30am – 10:00am
    Welcome and Introduction to the Material Handling Industry, TCEP and the MODEX 2014 Expo

    Attend a presentation providing an overview of MHI, TCEP and MODEX 2014 and learn a bit about the Material Handling Industry.
  • 10:00am - 12:15pm
    Tour of the MODEX 2014 Show Floor

    Students attending the Technical Career Education Conference will split into groups to take a guided tour of the show floor and see the latest material handling and logistics technologies. Industry experts at selected show booths are waiting to talk with you about the industry, solutions and careers.
  • 10:00am - 10:45am
    First Presentation for Educators

    Phil Jones, Sr. Manager Operations and Vendor Relations for Target Corporation, will speak on the need for automation education and training curriculums that are need in our the universities and high schools in order to meet the need for such skills required in today’s manufacturing and distribution facilities as well as the supply chain of the future.
  • 10:45am - 11:30am
    Second Presentation for Educators

    Tim Lawrence, Executive Director for SkillsUSA, will do a presentation on the future workforce and skilled youth headed into the workforce.
  • 11:30am - 12:15pm
    Third Presentation for Educators

    Brian Devine, Division Vice President – ProLogistix, will do a presentation on what is important to the hourly workforce. He will review the results of WERC’s National Survey of hourly warehouse associates and see how the different economic conditions affect their priorities when they are looking for a job.
  • 12:15pm - 1:30pm
    Lunch & Networking

    Enjoy lunch with the other participants courtesy of TCEP and MHI.
  • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
    Student Contest

    Students will be broken up into teams of 10 to compete in a mini design contest.
  • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
    Free Time on the Show Floor

    Return to the show floor to talk with additional vendors or attend educational sessions. The MODEX Expo closes at 5:00 p.m.

Separate Pre-Registration Required To Attend

For more information contact: Carmen Murphy

Thursday, March 20

8:00am - 2:30pm
CELDi Research Symposium

Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi)

Separate Pre-Registration Required To Attend

For more information contact: Karin Alvarado