(St. Louis, MO) FKI Logistex® (, a global leader in integrated material handling solutions, announces it will exhibit at RILA’s Logistics 2005 conference in San Diego, January 30 – February 2. The FKI Logistex exhibit, located at booth 200, will feature the company’s new belted Accuzone® 24-volt motorized roller accumulation and transportation conveyor, as well as a hands-on, interactive display of RFID technology.

RILA’s Logistics 2005 conference is a leading logistics event for senior logistics personnel at large retailers and product manufacturers. FKI Logistex executives, product managers, and engineers will be on hand at the conference to answer questions and discuss the application of material handling technology in retail and manufacturing environments.

“FKI Logistex leads the industry in serving the automated material handling needs of retailers and manufacturers as they strive to meet the needs of their customers,” says Steve Ackerman, president, FKI Logistex North America. “Our continuing R&D and dedication to superior engineering and customer service enable FKI Logistex to remain on the cutting edge of material handling technology. FKI Logistex equipment, systems and solutions allow our retailing and manufacturing clients to achieve superior customer results.”

For sales and marketing information, contact Tom Pinkin, marketing manager, FKI Logistex Airport, Post and Parcel North America, by phone at (240) 629-1413 or by e-mail at For media information, contact Melissa Farmer, account executive, Koroberi, Inc. (, by phone at (919) 960-9794 ext. 16 or by e-mail at

About FKI Logistex North America FKI Logistex® North America ( is a leading provider of automated material handling solutions, supplying its customers with an integrated set of leading-edge technologies in high-speed sortation, conveyor systems, carousels, palletizing, paperless pick products, AS/RS, controls, order processing software, RFID implementation, warehouse control systems, and total materials handling automation.

FKI Logistex Airport, Post and Parcel integrates high-speed sortation and conveying systems to meet the high-throughput needs of postal and parcel customers, and provides advanced baggage handling, security, and RFID track-and-tracing for airports of all sizes. FKI Logistex Manufacturing Systems builds automated material handling systems using state-of-the-art technology for storing, picking, ID solutions, palletizing, kitting, packing and shipping that enable manufacturers to process more orders per day at a lower cost. FKI Logistex Warehouse and Distribution designs high-accuracy, high-speed, high-reliability material handling, sortation, and order fulfillment solutions for warehouses and distribution centers that shrink the supply chain and maximize material handling ROI.

With projects that include many of the world’s most advanced material handling operations, FKI Logistex is home to the industry’s most successful and recognized brands, including Alvey palletizers, Buschman conveyors, Cleco cranes and AS/RS solutions, Crisplant sorters and baggage handling applications, IoSystems supervisory and automated control systems, Mathews conveyors, Real Time Solutions order fulfillment and picking solutions, and White carousels and automated storage solutions. For more information on FKI Logistex, click here to visit the FKI Logistex media center. For sales information, contact FKI Logistex by phone at (877) 935-4564 or by e-mail at

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