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Afternoon of Automation ANZ

Guest speakers shine at Swisslog and ATLC’s Afternoon of Automation networking event

A insightful event hosted by Swisslog in collaboration with the ATLC (Australian Trade and Logistics Corporation)

Swisslog in collaboration with ATLC hosted an event which featured guest speakers from SKUTOPIA, ANSTO (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation), Linfox, and InvertiGro, as well as presentations from Swisslog Head of Sales and Consulting, Cuong Vo, who focused on automation mega trends and Swisslog CS Account Manager, Joshua Dias, who focused on automation modernisations and extensions.

After the presentations, guests had the opportunity to network, with food, drinks, and a beautiful Sydney Olympic Park rooftop bar at the Locker Room to end the event.

“Feedback has been highly positive, especially where the guest speakers showcased how they utilised automation to overcome challenges, and drive their operations into the future,” said Swisslog Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand, Dan Ulmamei.

“Having recently joined Swisslog, after more than 25 years in the logistics industry, this event was an outstanding opportunity for me to learn more about Swisslog, our customers, and the opportunities and challenges facing our industry,” he said.

“I’d like to thank Cuong and Joshua for representing Swisslog so professionally, and to everyone who helped organise this event, including arranging guest speakers and inviting guests.”


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