Monday, January 21, 2013
In a press conference on Monday, Kardex Remstar’s (Booth 3623) Chelsea Tarr, marketing communications coordinator, introduced two new technologies to improve order picking in the company’s Megamat RS vertical carousel and Shuttle vertical lift module (VLM).
To help merging brick-and-mortar and online retail channels with two key issues—visibility into incoming online demand and aligning this demand with in-store labor—Manhattan Associates (Booth 3668) has announced a new partnership with Kronos.
Hytrol Conveyor Co. has released the Elite series of Prosort 400 sorters with a new line-up of features that expand its functionality into individual product and parcel handling, in addition to handling totes and cases.
Posted on 01/21 at 01:51 PM
TGW Systems (Booth 4237) is introducing Logistics Genome Mapping as a new technique to sort through all those possibilities and determine the best solution to meet a company’s needs today and in the future.
On the show floor, ProMat is featuring 800 exhibits and a broad scope of educational content, including three keynotes, 100 show floor seminars and five educational tracks. As always, the focus is on new and existing solutions that save space, increase throughput, improve accuracy and impact productivity. The bottom line is savings.
Posted on 01/21 at 01:45 PM
ProMat 2013 •
Take one of three forklifts for a spin in the Big Lift / Big Joe Forklifts exhibit (Booth 3919), staged to simulate warehousing, distribution and retail operations.
At its booth, Beumer (Booth 3603) is showcasing a cross-belt sorter, double-density tilt-tray sorter, scaled-down cross-belt sorter and a Crisplant LS-4000E shipping sorter.
Millwood (Booth 3657) is highlighting its Unit Load Test & Design Lab.
MHI wants to make it as easy as possible to find the products and solutions that interest you and address your operational and supply chain challenges.
Posted on 01/21 at 01:39 PM
Recognizing that professionals in the materials handling industry—both suppliers and end users—play a crucial role in supporting the overall supply chain, the leadership of the Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA) saw an opportunity to evolve the association’s focus. Hence, at ProMat 2013, the group is debuting a new brand, name, logo and mission: MHI—The Industry That Makes the Supply Chain Work.
Posted on 01/21 at 01:34 PM