Supply Chain Automation Symposium at Pro-Mat unveils new MSSC Credential

MSSC Chair, Leo Reddy, and Amatrol President, Paul Perkins, will lead a workshop in Chicago on April 8 to announce a new "CAT" education and certification program. The workshop will take place as part of a Symposium organized by the NSF-supported National Center for Supply Chain Automation in connection with the April 8-11 ProMat Trade Show and Conference organized by the Material Handling Industry (MHI) at McCormick Place.  Developed in partnership with MHI, the National Center for Supply Chain Automation, MSSC, and Amatrol, the CAT program will train and certify technicians who install, support, operate, maintain or upgrade the automated material handling equipment that supports the supply chain. 

The 3-day (April 8-11) SCA Education Symposium at ProMat will also include tours, best practice sessions, and an NSF ATE Grant Writing session featuring NSF ATE Program Managers, in partnership with FLATE for educators who attend.

Follow this link  for full details about ProMat and registration information.  To attend the Supply Chain Automation Education Symposium at Pro-Mat, please contact

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