september 13-15, 2021

global virtual conference

The past 20 months have taught the whole world what we have known all along – supply chain is the vitality of the global economy. In an era of major disruption, we saw members of our supply chain community become sought-after guests on major media outlets and on speed-dial in C-suites all over the world. It was revealed that the world moves at the pace of the global supply chain. This dawning awareness has created new opportunities and optimism about the future of our industry. But with optimism comes responsibility. Our role has become even more vital to go Beyond the next disruption.

Join us, as one global community to get inspired, to learn, and to open your mind to the potential of next-level technology to make supply chain even more agile.

Innovation is no longer optional – it is a necessity to go Beyond.

MHLC Features

The 2021 Material Handling & Logistics Conference will feature keynote speakers, thought-provoking education sessions, real-time virtual tech tours, and face-to-face networking opportunities. MHLC continues to be the signature event for the supply chain community. With new virtual experiences, hosted in three time zones, this is our space to learn, be inspired, and connect in real-time conversations with audiences from all over the world and all industries.

When we join minds, nothing can stop us from going Beyond.

Live & On-Demand Sessions

Inspiring Speakers

Virtual Tech



“”Regarding the MHLC 2021, I am looking forward to an amazing conference with the incredible keynote speakers, great lectures and insights into topics and innovations moving the material handling and logistics.”

Nina Vojdani
Head of the Chair of Production Organization & Logistics, Univeristy of Rostock

“Great companies always invest in forward looking supply chain strategies and emerging technologies to create competitve advnatge that can radically disrupt the industry”

Marc Wulfraat
President & Fuond, MWPVL International

“We have recently seen digitalization being fast-forwarded by years, leaping forward into the future of supply chain a lot faster than expected. I am excited to learn and exchange at MHLC 2021 on those recent experiences in leveraging digital options, how to best augment human skills and technology.”

Professor Dr. Guido H. Baltes
IST Institute for Stategic Innovation & Technology Mangement


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