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By Josh Bond · March 25, 2015
Doosan (Booth 662) highlighted the new BR18/20SP-7 narrow aisle reach truck, its first product in the class. It also showcased its first engine, which replaced third-party engines and is now used in all Doosan products.
<p>Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, Inc., and founder of Wheels of Zeus, a maker of wireless hardware for GPS tracking of enabled objects.</p> By Josh Bond · March 25, 2015
During Wednesday’s afternoon keynote address, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, affectionately known as “The Woz,” suggested the future of technology now is every bit as uncertain to him as it was 30 years ago.
<p>Bob Fischer, CEO and president of ADSI handles the new Size-IT digital mobile dimensioning tool which can accurately capture dimensional measurements and link the “DIM” information with shipping software.</p> By Roberto Michel · March 25, 2015
In addition to unveiling its mobile order fulfillment and shipping solutions, ADSI (Booth 4170) is demonstrating its Size-IT digital mobile dimensional weight calculator.
<p>David McNeill, manager of product strategy for Yale Materials Handling Corporation.</p>

By Josh Bond · March 25, 2015
A walkie powered by lithium ion batteries, very narrow aisle products, an automated tow tractor and fuel cell battery replacement packs are among the new products on display at Yale Materials Handling Corp. (Booth 1003).
<p>David LaDue, vice president, west region, for NACCO Materials Handling Group.</p> By Josh Bond · March 25, 2015
New IC engines by Hyster Company (Booth 1503) offer three performance modes for increased efficiency and productivity.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 25, 2015
On Wednesday, Barcoding Inc.’s (Booth 4263) director of marketing Jody Costa explained the firm’s new Supply Chain Architecture practice dedicated to the identification, formulation and management of perfect order fulfillment processes.
<p>Chad Uplinger, GM of specialty markets for EnerSys, with a NexSys battery system installed in a sample burden carrier at the EnerSys booth.</p> By Roberto Michel · March 25, 2015
EnerSys (Booth 603) highlighted its NexSys battery and charger system for burden carriers, stock chasers, floor care and cleaning machines, automatic guided vehicles and other industrial utility vehicles.
<p>Brian Faust, GM of Douglas Battery, with the Raptor Rapid charger in a three-bay model. A larger six-bay model also was on display.</p> By Roberto Michel · March 25, 2015
Douglas Battery (Booth 2309) made use of its larger space at ProMat to feature its full range of batteries and chargers, as well as its new charger product line.
<p>Steve Bowie, EVP of sales, with the KM 105/110 emissions-free ride-on floor sweeper</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 25, 2015
Kärcher North America (Booth 4576) has a new line-up of emissions-free, ride-on floor sweepers on display.
By MMH Staff · March 25, 2015
Muller LCS (Booth 1068) has introduced a reliable and economical solution for wrapping pallets with its Octopus 1717C automatic rotary ring stretch wrapper.
<p>Paul Heniff, Senior Account Manager (left), and Phil Pease, Regional VP of Sales</p>

By Bridget McCrea · March 25, 2015
Peak-Ryzex (Booth 3488) has launched a new print-as-a-service solution.
By Roberto Michel · March 25, 2015
A broad array of automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) solutions based on camera, laser and radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies are on display from SICK (Booth 1537).
<p>Mark Wheeler, director of supply chain solutions.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 25, 2015
Zebra Technologies (Booth 1552) announced the launch of the new ZQ500 mobile printer series for field-based applications.
<p>George Prest of MHI poses a question at Wednesday’s keynote as co-moderator Scott Sopher looks on. Seated at right is Bill Abernathy of Bayer CropScience.</p> By Roberto Michel · March 25, 2015
The results of the 2015 MHI Annual Industry Report were released at Wednesday’s ProMat keynote, with some of the biggest findings from the report’s survey being pricing pressure combined with ever growing customer expectations for a faster, better experience.
<p>From left: Dane Johnson, Account Manager; Chuck Fuerst, Director of Product Strategy; Scott Alton, SE Acct Manager and WMS Hardware Sales</p>

By Bridget McCrea · March 25, 2015
To help grocery and general retailers better optimize the in-store fulfillment aspect of an omni-channel strategy, HighJump (Booth 3476) has released the new Retail Advantage solution.

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