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By Roberto Michel · March 25, 2015
Infor (Booth 3394) announced the availability of Infor Supply Chain Execution (SCE) in the Cloud, which combines warehouse management, labor management, 3PL billing and transportation execution in a single, unified solution offered under a subscription-based, cloud-deployment model.
<p>John A. Caltagirone, founding director, Supply and Value Chain Center, Quinlan School of Business (left) and Mike Romano, President/CEO of Associated and Peach State Integrated Technologies (right)</p> By Bridget McCrea · March 25, 2015
Associated (Booth 3862) has been selected for the second year to host Loyola’s Supply Chain Leadership Conference, to be held June 4, 2015. The event brings together supply chain experts and professionals to discuss today's hot supply chain topics.
<p>Bob Hosier, senior vice president of design engineering for Numina Group.</p>

By Josh Bond · March 24, 2015
At a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Numina Group (Booth 4709) and Ferretto Group demonstrated a vertical lift module (VLM) with integrated voice picking technologies.
By Roberto Michel · March 24, 2015
Hot button software trends such as warehouse execution systems (WESs) meant to orchestrate the flow of work within DCs hold potential, but their effectiveness benefits from upfront assessment of what WES does best in relation to what warehouse management system (WMS) software does well, said Tim Talarico, a senior director with enVista (Booth 3876) during a booth visit.
<p>Zach Norkey, southeast territory manager, and Mike Kulka, national account manager, show off Caster Concepts’ new ErgoMaxx and TWERGO casters.</p>

By Sara Pearson Specter · March 24, 2015
Reducing back and shoulder injuries, as well as cutting the noise associated with hearing loss, are the goals of Caster Concepts’ (Booth 5244) new ergonomic line of caster wheels, rigs and polyurethane treads, explained Mike Kulka, national account manager in a press conference on Tuesday.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 24, 2015
Automated vertical storage solutions company Modula US (Booth 1026) announced a $6 million investment in manufacturing at its Lewiston, Maine, facility in a press conference on Tuesday.
<p> Marceline Absil, VP of sales and marketing at topVOX shows how the new Lydia VoiceWear vest can be worn.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 24, 2015
In a press conference on Tuesday, Marceline Absil, VP of sales and marketing at topVOX (Booth 3674) presented the new Lydia VoiceWear vest to be worn by voice-directed pickers.
<p>Bruce Stubbs, director of industry marketing, shows off the new Thor VM3 vehicle-mounted computer.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 24, 2015
Equipped with a 12-inch screen, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility’s (Booth 3563) new Thor VM3 vehicle-mounted mobile computer gives operators an easy-to-read tool to improve productivity and task accuracy.
By MMH Staff · March 24, 2015
Regal Power Transmission Solutions (Booth 968) is introducing a new turnkey retrofit program that transforms live-roller conveyor for sustainable, high-uptime performance.
<p>From left: Ryan Peck, sales manager; Blanton Bartlett, president; Steve Rogers, VP</p> By Bridget McCrea · March 24, 2015
Responding to growing customer demand for its products and looking to leverage the anticipated expansion of the Panama Canal, Hannibal Industries (Booth 1563) announced its expansion into the south with a new Houston facility slated to open later this year.
By Roberto Michel · March 24, 2015
In a press conference on Tuesday, SI Systems (Booth 178) introduced its new VWare warehouse software suite that integrates warehouse execution, management and control functionality.
<p>Chris Cole, CEO, Intelligrated, and the OLS shuttle system.</p>

By Josh Bond · March 24, 2015
At a press conference Tuesday morning, Intelligrated (Booth 2903) showcased a series of solutions to optimize order fulfillment processes for e-commerce and omni-channel fulfillment operations.
By Gregg Goodner · March 24, 2015
Since 1945, MHI has been the leading association in the United States representing the Industry that produces material handing and logistics solutions—the Industry that Make Supply Chains Work. We are proud to share our 70th Anniversary Celebration with ProMat exhibitors and attendees.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 24, 2015
The U.S. Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics hosts its first Workforce Summit at ProMat on Wednesday and Thursday.
<p>Matt Aprea, director of product management for first-time exhibitor Harvest Automation</p> By Josh Bond · March 24, 2015
Harvest Automation's OmniVeyor TM-100 is a mobile autonomous robot system for distribution and fulfillment that increases worker productivity and lowers order fulfillment costs.

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