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IAMC Local Atlanta, GA
July 23, 2019
Westin Buckhead Atlanta - Buckhead Ballroom
3391 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30326 (404) 365-0065


12:15 P.M.       Registration 
12:45 P.M. Welcome Remarks
1:00 P.M.   Leading with Ethical Intelligence: Five Powerful Principles for Success in Industrial
    Real Estate Management
2:00 P.M. Break
2:15 P.M. Atlanta: Hub for Southeastern Distribution, Logistics, and Supply Chain Operations
3:15 P.M. Break
3:30 P.M. Distribution Centers - The latest technologies for internal storage, retrieval, and 
    order picking
4:30 P.M. Conclusion/Closing Remarks
4:30 - 5:45 P.M. "Meet the Board of Directors" Reception Sponsored by Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

Program Overview

Leading with Ethical Intelligence: Five Powerful Principles for Success in Industrial Real Estate Management
This interactive, high-content session shows how to make the right decisions in a range of difficult situations that corporate real estate executives who manage manufacturing and distribution properties face. It ends with a Call to Action for applying the takeaways from this session immediately.

Preview his clip here: https://www.facebook.com/IAMCGroup/videos/703352446754502/

 Featured Presenter: Forbes Contributor Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy

Atlanta: Hub for Southeastern Distribution, Logistics and Supply Chain Operations
This program will overview Atlanta as a prime location for Southeastern distribution, logistics and supply chain operations, including a perspective on the city’s historic role in the region, and an update on metro-area industrial markets.

Featured Presenters: Dan Wagner, Divisional Research Director, CBRE; Kent Mason, SVP and Atlanta Market Officer, Prologis; Ben Harris, Director of Supply Chain/Advanced Manufacturing Ecosystem Expansion, Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce


Distribution Centers – The Latest Technologies for Internal Storage, Retrieval and Order Picking
Together, fast emerging technologies and the practical need to reduce warehouse labor requires because the workers are in shortage in many locations are compelling companies highly dependent on their supply chains to accelerate their investment in the new labor-saving DC technologies. These include automated picking tools, automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), automated inventory control platforms, warehouse management systems, internet of things (IoT) implementation, collaborative robots (Cobots) and automated storage and retrieval systems (AS/RS), among others. This program will use a case study to explore this exciting nexus of technology and corporate management.

Featured Presenter: Ryan White, Manager of Manufacturing and Distribution Planning, O’Neal, Inc.

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