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Wynright
Services: Wynright Corporation is a leading U.S. based and American-owned manufacturer, designer, integrator and installer of material handling equipment and intralogistics solutions. Headquartered in the Chicago area, Wynright manufactures material handling automation equipment, which includes conveyor and sortation systems, order fulfillment systems, PLC controls and robotics, mezzanines and structures; provides in-house integration, applications and design engineering, web-based warehouse control systems, and supplies system installation services.
2500 York Road
ELk Grove, Illinois 60007
United States
847-595-9400
www.wynright.com




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The rise of e-commerce and multi-channel fulfillment has caused distribution centers (DCs) to experience ever-growing numbers of stock-keeping units (SKUs) and more inventory turns, up to an average of nine in 2015.
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