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Home Delivery World 2021

After a successful virtual edition in 2020, the biggest event in eCommerce logistics and last mile is returning to Philadelphia in fall 2021!

Home Delivery World will be back better than ever before with a safe yet dynamic, engaging and exciting in-person conference and trade show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Our audience is telling us they can’t wait to come back to mingle and network with their peers from across the retail industry after two years away.

Bringing you lessons from lockdown and roadmaps for the future include 200+ speakers from Target, CVS, Best Buy, IKEA, Johnson & Johnson, Kroger, StockX, H&M, Walmart, Sun Basket, Imperfect Foods and more.

Meanwhile the expo floor – already 70% sold out – will be packed with the latest in innovative technologies and solutions for our core focuses in Parcel, Heavy Goods, Grocery, Urban Logistics and new topic areas in Real Estate, Warehousing and Automation.

Since the floorplan sold out the past two years and the agenda was filled to max capacity, it would be wise to get involved now!

We are delighted to announce that EComPack will again be co-located with Home Delivery World, bringing you even more critical sessions on the most pressing issues for eCommerce packaging from sustainability to branding.

Plus new for 2021 is our latest co-located event, Future Warehouse – so your ticket will give you access to panel discussions, presentations and live demonstrations of the latest technology in warehousing: robots, automation, IoT, connectivity and sustainable fulfillment centers.

We can’t wait to welcome you back to Philly this September!


September 01, 2021


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Bree Vaughn
[email protected]

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