Investing in technology is a step towards development. This was the first edition of Intralogistica Poland Expo

On January 24-26, 2024, Ptak Warsaw Expo became a place for discussions about development in the warehouse logistics industry. Sector experts indicated, among other things, what investment directions to choose to increase competitiveness and reduce costs.

A global trend that affected the warehouse logistics industry a few years ago was investment in technology development. These translate into reduced costs and increased efficiency of warehouses and the transport network. Thus, companies implementing it become more competitive on the market. What will 2024 be like? Analysts indicate that its main axis will be to strengthen the supply chain’s resistance to risk. This will involve faster delivery, development of e-commerce and ensuring an appropriate number of employees.

This was among other topics discussed by experts during the Logistics Industry Congress, which took place during the Intralogistica Poland Expo fair. There was also the topic of artificial intelligence, designing warehouses and logistics centers, and automation of warehouse processes.

However, the educational part of Intralogistica Poland Expo was not all that awaited visitors to the event at Ptak Warsaw Expo.

Intralogistica Poland Expo is the central point of the industry’s development

Intralogistica Poland Expo was also a place for business integration. The 20,000 m2 of Ptak Warsaw Expo space gathered both the most respected representatives of the industry and companies just starting their operations in it. The organizer’s experience helped connect entrepreneurs looking for solutions with those who offered them.

Visitors could learn about the latest warehouse systems and equipment. They also learned about robotic possibilities for the industry and tried intralogistics software. The event also featured design and consulting companies, manufacturers of labeling machines and devices as well as collective packaging, companies responsible for health and safety in warehouses and halls, as well as financing and training.

Thus, each of the current 5321 visitors could learn about the full range of industry offers for their business and make beneficial investments based on current knowledge.

The next edition of Intralogistica Poland Expo will be held on January 22-24, 2025.