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Monday, April 04, 2016
IAM Robotics (Booth 4071) introduced itself to the world and unveiled Swift, its autonomous mobile picking robot. Named one of four finalists for the show’s “Best New Innovation” award, the company is giving live demonstrations of its breakthrough technology at the show.
Frazier Industrial’s (Booth 5047) Domenick Iellimo, executive VP, introduced the new Ergo Deep Reach pallet storage solution in a press conference on Monday.
In a booth press conference on Monday, KNAPP Logistics and Automation’s Kevin Reader, marketing director, discussed the company’s newest technologies, including the Pick-it-Easy fully automatic picking work cell. Robot-centric and ideal for high-quality picking of slow- to medium-moving items, the work cell is on display in Booth 3747.
The Raymond Corp. (Booth 3647) recognized the manufacture of its 500,000th lift truck—a Model 7300 Reach-Fork truck—in a presentation to long-time customer The Home Depot in a press conference on Monday.
With limited skilled workforce availability at the manufacturing, service and technician levels, Lenze Americas (Booth 2147) has been working on creating new products that address those gaps, said Joel Thomas, industry manager of intralogistics.
Spanning two days this year, Modex 2016 Student Days welcomes students and faculty members from universities, community colleges, technical schools and high schools.
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Interroll (Booth 1947) highlighted its new modular conveyor platform at a Monday press conference, calling it as the most important product introduction in its 55-year history due its flexibility, speed of installation, and the extent of the design work that went into it.
Numina Group (Booth 4427) is demonstrating the latest pick, pack and ship technologies.
At a press conference Monday, Dematic (Booth 3047) presented warehouse execution software and hardware representing a mix of low, mid and high levels of equipment and technology solutions.
At a press conference Monday morning, Tecsys (Booth 1547) introduced a warehouse management system (WMS) designed to fast-track distribution fulfillment execution initiatives for small and midsized businesses or simpler operations of large entities.