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Logistics Reply at IMHX


Are you curious to find out how the world's most advanced Supply Chain Platform is helping top brands introduce new functions, technologies and visibility to their existing systems? Join us at IMHX 2019 in Birmingham from September 24-27th, as we will be showcasing LEA ReplyTM , Logistics Execution Architecture, our state-of-the-art microservices-based Supply Chain Platform.

24-27 September 2019 | NEC | Birmingham, UK

This September Logistics Reply is headed to Birmingham to take part in IMHX 2019, the largest event in the UK for professionals within the logistics, supply chain and materials handling industries.

You can meet us at Stand 19K135, to discover how we have utilised ‘microservices’ to help companies across the globe solve complex functional and visibility issues quickly and cost-effectively, whilst complementing their existing systems framework.

LEA Reply is our state-of-the-art, microservices platform for warehousing and supply chain execution, that represents a step change in systems design. The LEA Platform powers a new generation of SCE solutions spanning from warehouse to retail stores and last mile delivery. The latest additions to the LEA Platform, that will be presented at IMHX are:

LEA Reply Yard Management, the solution that bridges Transportation and Warehouse Management providing real-time information on the location of trucks and trailers in the yard and optimising yard activities.


LEA Reply Visibility, a dedicated system that collects events and data from cross-company sources and transforms these into actionable insights to empower decision-making.

Come prepared with your questions as a team of Reply Logistics specialists will be on hand to provide complimentary 1:1 consultations to help you identify opportunities to optimise your supply chain. We will also host a demo point where you can gain hands-on experience with our solutions.

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