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Automated Material Handling Systems Solutions for Large Volume Case and Piece Picking Operations

March 17, 2011

Supply Chains are becoming an important tool for companies to gain a competitive advantage in their industry.  Addressing the entire supply chain process from receiving to shipping to the retail store shelf, WITRON can help you take the lead.  Learn how WITRON has given these companies an edge with automated material handling solutions for piece, case and pallet picking order fulfillment.

Order Picking in Spain‘s Cathedral of Logistics
Mercadona is currently the fastest growing company in Spain, supplying around four million households with articles from the dry as well as the fresh and frozen goods ranges – a figure which is rising all the time. To make this happen, more than 1,200 stores within Spain have to be supplied with goods quickly, efficiently and at minimal cost. Only supply of the highest possible quality in the stores keeps customers satisfied for the long term and guarantees that the high growth rates of previous years will continue well into the future.

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