Tecsidel, exhibitor at Logistics 2017

Tecsidel Logistics Systems made its presence as an exhibitor at Logistics 2017, the exhibition that every year gathers the main players of this industry. Once again, Logistics showed the top trends in material handling, distribution, e-logistics and systems in the current market. That is why Tecsidel participated for the fourth time.

This exclusive event took place at Feria de Madrid (IFEMA) in November and broke the record by reaching 11,500 professional attendees. Logistics 2017 offered conferences during these two days with a very educational program presented by national and international experts, and a showroom where visitors were able to see the operation of some machines. As every year, the first day of exhibition ended with the classic after work.

Tecsidel gladly received customers and visitors and showed their best solutions for the logistics processes optimization: SEGA PTV (voice-guided operations) and SEGA PTL (light-guided operations). Furthermore, Tecsidel incorporates in its RTLS technology solutions the ability to know the exact location of any person, vehicle or asset working in a warehouse, the most state-of-the-art solution for Indoor Geolocation.

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