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Sorting Out Your Sortation Options

By Tim Kraus, Product Manager, Intelligrated and Rusty Matthews, Sales Account Manager, Tilt-Tray and Cross-Belt Sorter Operatio
October 20, 2011

There are several reasons companies consider implementing an automated sortation solution. Whether your company is rapidly growing, consolidating facilities, mainstreaming processes or simply looking to improve efficiency, choosing the right sortation solution can make all the difference.

To learn more about the variety of sortation technologies available and how to select the appropriate one, download Intelligrated’s new Sorting Out Your Sortation Options white paper.  This new paper provides valuable tips and tools, including:

  • How to evaluate and select the right sortation solution for your facility

  • Key factors to consider before deciding on a technology

  • A glossary of available sortation technologies

  • An example case study

Intelligrated is the industry leader in sortation solutions.  With the broadest range of proven sortation technologies, Intelligrated can fairly evaluate any application to help you choose the solution that best fits your needs.  Click here to learn more about Intelligrated’s family of IntelliSort® sortation solutions.

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