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Mallard Manufacturing
Master Magnetics, Inc.
Magnets for lifting, retrieving and cleanup. Heavy Duty Neodymium Lifting Magnets provide extraordinary strength in a compact size, ensuring safety and speed for lifting heavy loads. Designed to lift both flat and round ferrous metal items, they are ideal for handling steel plate, forgings, die castings and similar items in machine shops, warehouses and industrial processing plants. Lift magnets eliminate the need for slings or clamping devices, allowing one person to do the work of two or more. Four models are available in strengths of 220, 660, 1,300 and 2,200 lbs. of flat piece lifting capacity. No electricity is required.
747 S. Gilbert St.
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
United States
1 (303) 688-3966
1 (888) 293-9399

www.magnetsource.com


919-388-0050
Material Handling Technologies Inc. 
+52-614-420-5000
Mexroll Mexico, S.A. de C.V. 
1 (847) 478-2213
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc.
847-576-5000
Motorola Solutions
800-927-9626
Motorola’s Enterprise Mobility Business
800-455-3802
National Cart Company
513-367-2656
Nedcon USA, Inc. 
1 (781) 935-3450
Newcastle Systems
NextGen DC Systems
NextGen is revolutionizing the way solutions and services are approached. By having a "team" of subject matter experts and premier providers to the distribution/warehouse community, we are able to address your challenges in an all-encompassing way with a single point of contact and accountability.

NextGen develops a "Return on Investment Business Case" by helping you with DC Operations, Fulfillment, Technology and Equipment that are integrated with your current business model.
11 Quail Trail
Simpsonville, South Carolina 29681
United States
1 (864) 430-0032
www.nextgendcsystems.com

1 (704) 992-1606
Noax
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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

800-830-8058
Nutech Systems
973-780-0100
Objectif Lune Inc. 
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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

(270) 783-3900
Pan-Oston
800-530-6018
Panther Industries
800-211-0768
Paragon Data Systems, Inc
877-444-7225
Polymer Solutions International
905-858-3600
PSI Engineering
T: +1 800 322 3437
Psion
312-403-0005
Qubiqa (formerly Univeyor) 
707-745-6222
Ralphs-Pugh Co.
1 (206) 763-8361
RAM Mounts

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