CLEARWATER, FLA. (PRWEB) APRIL 19, 2018
Datex, a longstanding provider of technology to transportation & logistics providers will exhibit at the upcoming CLDA Annual Meeting May 10 through 12th in New Orleans, LA.
The Customized Logistics and Delivery Association (CLDA) is a non-profit trade association which focuses on using education, advocacy and networking to advance the interests of the customized logistics and delivery industry. The customized logistics and delivery industry is specially focused on last mile logistics and last mile delivery issues. With CLDA members that include first, middle and last mile delivery companies, this segment of the transportation and logistics industry handles goods being delivered to homes and businesses as well as numerous other issues.
The CLDA Annual Meeting & Exposition typically attracts over 350 company owners and decision makers. This year’s agenda features sessions on new technologies, managing technology-led disruptions; an “ask the experts” focus group, leadership and executing strategy.
Datex will be exhibiting in booth 18 in the CLDA Exchange Hall and will be showcasing cutting edge devices by Zebra Technologies.
In business for over 40 years, Datex provides hardware to transportation & logistics providers specializing in last mile delivery. Datex acts as a “one stop shop”, handling device configuration, courier software & SIM card load, barcode symbology testing, setup &, managed services. Longstanding partnerships with Zebra Technologies and other industry leaders enable Datex to provide low cost solutions to meet every business need. For more information please visit http://www.datexcorp.com.
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