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Automated Storage Retrieval Systems listings:
1 (704) 665-1098
MIAS
1 (847) 478-2213
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc.
Murata Machinery
For over 50 years, (Muratec) Murata Machinery's totally integrated series of automated storage and retrieval products have helped companies produce, store and transport materials efficiently and economically. As a turnkey systems supplier, Murata Machinery engineers, manufactures, controls, installs, commissions, and services all of its products. A recognized global leader in the material handling industry, Muratec has installed over 25,000 storage retrieval cranes and 3,500 automated guided vehicles in over 11,000 systems within the following industries/ vertical markets: agriculture, air cargo, automotive, beverage, chemical, cold storage, distribution, food, electronics, library, pharmaceuticals, paper, printing, semiconductor, solar, specialty retail and textile.
2120 Queen City Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina 28208
United States
1 (704) 394-8331
1 (800) 428-8469
www.muratec-usa.com/

513-367-2656
Nedcon USA, Inc. 
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Numina Group
Numina Group is a DC system automation design and integrator providing Top Tier Warehouse Execution and Control Systems to streamline Pick, Pack, and Ship Automated Order Fulfillment. Our technologies can provide 50% or more productivity improvements for Omni-Channel, E-commerce, and Manufacturing B to B Distribution. Automation technologies include Pick to Light, Speaker Independent Voice Picking, Print and Apply labeling, In-line Dimensional Weight Audit, Vision Inspection, Barcode Track & Trace, Automated Storage and Retrieval, ASRS & Conveyor Sorting & Systems. Numina Group provides turn-key define, design, and implementation of DC's, seamlessly integrating automated material handling to new or existing ERP/WMS Platforms.
10331 Werch Drive
Woodridge, Illinois 60517
United States
1 (630) 343-2622
www.numinagroup.com

1 (856) 727-1100
OPEX
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OPEX
The OPEX Perfect Pick is a truly unique goods-to-person picking solution that was engineered to simplify order fulfillment technology. Perfect Pick's – “one touch” design is based on a single automated component -- the iBOT. Perfect Pick does not require lifts, complex conveyors, or multiple transfer points.

Perfect Pick's simple design and streamlined operations also results in a more flexible and scalable system that can grow at the actual rate a business grows. Companies can invest in technology to meet today's fulfillment challenges, secure in the knowledge that Perfect Pick can quickly and easily adjust to unpredictable future demands and business cycles.
305 Commerce Drive
Moorestown, New Jersey 08057
United States
1 (856) 727-1100
www.opex.com

1 (630) 235-5730
Power Automation Systems
707-745-6222
Ralphs-Pugh Co.
1 (585) 924-6333
Retrotech
866-823-6114
RF Pathways
1 (800) 553-5560
Rite-Hite Machine Guarding
1 (905) 643-9700
RMT Robotics
502-969-1327
Roller Die + Forming
409-842-8040
Sage Automation
877-489-7301
Sapient Automation
847-519-9630
Savoye Inc.
508-771-9400
SencorpWhite
864-439-7537
SEW-Eurodrive Inc.
800-752-7352
Speedrack Products Group, Ltd.
1 (610) 776-3810
Stanley Vidmar
1 (678) 244-1537
Stoecklin Logistics Inc.
1 (757) 820-3400
Swisslog
207-784-1381
System Logistics Corp.
1 (231) 798-4547
TGW Logistics Group

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