The MHI Annual Conference is a supply chain education platform for manufacturing and distribution companies. Over the course of three days, attendees are able to address their goals and challenges through keynotes, panel sessions and meeting forums.
The MHI Executive Summit is a full day strategic session prior to Annual Conference. There is a separate fee to attend and is geared toward C-suite executives.
Meetings are "business casual": khaki pants, slacks, and skirts, as well as short-sleeved polo shirts and long-sleeved shirts. Excludes jeans, tennis shoes, tight or short skirts, t-shirts, and sweatshirts. Dinners/networking are "resort casual": polo style shirts, sundresses, linen pants, skorts, skirts, button up tops, nice shorts, and dresses. Excludes t-shirts and jeans, cutoffs and tank tops.
Conference events and activities are geared toward adult participants. Please contact the hotel directly for information or activities for kids.
The Solutions Community offers a forum for discussion and collaboration in a non-commercial environment for MHI members, their customers, and includes members from the media, education, consultant and integrator sectors. The Solutions Community provides a "safe harbor" venue to discuss material handling issues and challenges, information sharing, awareness, education, best practices and lessons learned without "buy-sell" tension.
The Solutions Community concept is experiencing strong interest and limited space is available for the existing membership, however additional guests may be accommodated. Contact the respective MHI Managing Executive directly.
No, you must book and pay your hotel room separately. Book your room here.
Attendees will be wearing badges with their name and company information. MHI staff will be wearing MHI shirts and name badges.
Reach out to the group's Managing Executive. If you do not know who the ME is, check our website MHI.org. This information is also listed on the MHI microsite for each of the Industry Groups. In your meeting packets that you will receive at the registration desk there is a MHI Industry Group information and contacts booklet.
Industry group members and guests are welcome and encouraged to participate in the discussions at the meetings. However, guests are not allowed to vote on any motions presented in the meetings and may be asked to step out for some portions of the meeting.