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The ‘Voice of the Logistics Industry’ at IMHX

The ‘Voice of the Logistics Industry’ at IMHX

One of the attractions at the forthcoming IMHX Exhibition (NEC, Birmingham, 13th-16th September) will be the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) Pavilion.

Prominently located within Hall 9 of the NEC, the UKWA Pavilion will showcase the products and services offered by UKWA’s members and associate members.

UKWA is constantly introducing significant new member benefits and services designed to help members grow and succeed in a fast-moving, rapidly changing and increasingly competitive marketplace and those attending the show are invited to visit the UKWA Pavilion to learn more about the workings of UKWA and the many benefits of belonging to the Association.

Key UKWA personnel will be present throughout IMHX to discuss recent and future initiatives – which include a logistics industry trade mission to China, details of which are available at

The UKWA Pavilion will feature a number of exhibition stands set out around a business networking area. Companies exhibiting as part of the Pavilion include: The Rack Group; AMH; Total Logistics; Gideon Hillman Consulting; SEC; Filplastic; Lenze; Indigo Software; DAI; and Harting.

UKWA members who are keen to exhibit at IMHX 2016 within the UKWA Pavilion should visit for up-to-the-minute information on stand availability.

With over 650 member companies, UKWA is the ‘Voice of the Logistics Industry’. It is the UK’s leading trade association dedicated to the third party logistics sector, and its members control in excess of 100 million square feet of warehousing space from over 2,000 locations across the UK.

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