APICS Professional Development Meeting UPS Hub Tour: Free Event!

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By Ryan Nagel

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

March 16, 2011 at 12:00 PM until 2:00 PM

Location: UPS Hub, 6707 N Basin Ave., Portland

Phone: 541-908-2263

Email: nancym@bowtecharchery.com

Link: http://www.apics-swiv.org

Event Description

When: Wednesday, March 16, 2011, Noon
Location: 6707 N Basin Ave, Portland Oregon

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UPS Portland Hub opened July, 2010. The new $86 million facility, including parking and trailer staging areas, spans 46 acres.

Details:

Witness one of the leaders in Global Logistics in operation. The tour will be tailored around the day “sort-time”. In action will be their newest technology, decreasing the sort effort needed, with improved sort accuracy. The facility also features waste water recycling system, super-efficient lighting, and solid waste recycling.

Parking Directions:
The employee parking lot is located prior to the building, across the street from the Customer counter. Visitors will need to park there and walk North on Basin to Ensign Street. Cross at Ensign/Basin, and go to the South Guard Shack. You will be greeted by the UPS Team, who will sign you thru, and direct you to where the tour will begin.

Start Time: Noon, Plant Tour
Fee: No Cost - Free
Please RSVP by Friday, March 11, 2011
Contact Nancy Miller at nancym@bowtecharchery.com or 541.908.2263

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