Due to the concerns surrounding coronavirus, Stellana will no longer be exhibiting at the MODEX show. Scheduled to run next week, MODEX takes place in Atlanta, March 9-12, 2020. In addition, we had planned to pull our attendance from LogiMAT held in Germany the same week, but the show has since been canceled.
The health and safety of our employees is our primary concern. As the coronavirus continues to spread worldwide and nationally, we have decided that we will not be sending our team members to participate in the MODEX 2020 show.
With an expected turnout of 30,000, the MODEX show brings together many visitors from throughout the United States and overseas, and there is a chance that the spread of the coronavirus will continue here.
While we looked forward to the valuable facetime with our customers, dealers, and vendors, we feel this is the best decision for the health and safety of its employees. Thank you for your understanding!
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