PPI Transport Symposium 22
6th September 2017
BOOTH #711 September 25-27, Savannah, GA, USA
Rubb USA will once again be joining others from around the world to attend PPI Transport Symposium 22. Exhibiting companies will be offering solutions to tactical issues surrounding the worldwide transport, materials handling, and distribution of forest products.
Team Rubb is set to showcase a wide range of high quality fabric warehouse structures, suitable for materials handling, processing and storage of forest products, at Booth 711. Our large clear spans buildings provide efficient working environments for a wide range of storage requirements. Rubb structures are built to last, but are also fully relocatable or extendable to meet changing needs.
PPI Transport Symposium is the longest running conference and exhibition dedicated to the global forest products logistics industry. This year the event is hosted in Savannah, Georgia, in cooperation with Georgia Ports Authority. Organized by RISI, PPI Transport Symposium has been running for more than 30 years.
Benefits of attending the conference:
- PPI is the place to explore Rubb and other forest products logistics contacts in one place.
- Gain crucial business insight from global industry leaders in this business field.
- Free information on the latest trends and issues driving the forest products logistics industry.
- A stage for networking opportunities.
- Strengthen current Rubb relationships.
Chuck Auger, Marketing Manager, will be representing Rubb at the PPI Transport Symposium. Stop by Booth #711 to explore Rubb innovative fabric buildings.
Join Rubb USA at Booth #711 PPI Transport Symposium 22 2017
Rubb fabric buildings
Rubb storage buildings are the ideal solution to help companies accommodate their expansion plans, bulk storage or meet changing logistical needs. Our storage structures are readily configured to accommodate conveyors and other loading methods, and retaining side walls can also be integrated to resist lateral loadings.
Rubb port storage buildings offer marine terminals a solution that allows for maximum flexibility with respect to multiple handling methods and configurations. Relocating and re-using these port buildings is easy and cost effective, which is ideal for the continuous growth and high demand of any port.
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