Caster Connection Exhibiting at 3 Trade Shows in Spring 2020

February 10, 2020  |  Casters,

It’s that time of year again when Caster Connection heads out on the road to show you in person how we can help and to catch up with our current clients.

In 2020, Caster Connection is exhibiting at more trade shows than ever, and this year we’re starting out in the Spring with 3 very important trade shows:

CASTER CONNECTION EXHIBITING AT 2020 MODEX SHOW

Caster Connection is exhibiting at the 2020 Modex Show – March 9-12, 2020; Atlanta, GA Booth 6406.
 

Modex 2020 is a large show that has tons to offer. You’ll be able to hear about the latest trends in over 150 educational presentations. These are the best solutions and innovations the industry has to offer, and you’ll be able to meet leading providers face-to-face. There is no cost to attend the exhibits and conference sessions.

Meet us at Booth 6406 to find solutions for all of your material handling mobility needs and to have a hands-on experience with our newest products!

CASTER CONNECTION EXHIBITING AT 2020 OHIO SAFETY CONGRESS (OSC) & EXPO

For the second year in a row, Caster Connection is keeping it local and will be exhibiting at the 2020 Ohio Safety Congress & Expo –  March 11-13, 2020; Columbus, OH – Booth 201 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Attendance is free, so we’ll see you there.
 
Stop by Booth 201 to see how we can help you transform your operations.
 

CASTER CONNECTION EXHIBITING AT 2020 APPLIED ERGONOMICS CONFERENCE

Caster Connection is once again heading south to exhibit at the 2020 Applied Ergonomics Conference – March 16-18, 2020; Louisville, KY – Booth 226
 

We will be presenting Wednesday, March 18th at from 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm to discuss push/pull force measurement and communication. We will be assisted in this presentation by a representative from the Ohio State University’s Spine Research Institute.

Presentation Description: We will discuss the results of a 10-month study conducted by the Ohio State University’s Spine Research Institute in collaboration in part with Caster Connection. This was done via the CDMI, sponsored by the NSF.

The presentation will focus on the the best measuring approach to push/pull in order to most closely approximate actually push/pull conditions within industry. In this way, we will discuss how to make sure that you are protecting the health of you and your fellow employees with the best and most recent push/pull measuring guidelines.