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<p>Mark Dickinson, executive sales manager.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
In its automated systems and materials handling solutions exhibit, SSI Schaefer Systems International (Booth 2303) is showcasing the Navette scalable, multi-level shuttle.
By Josh Bond · March 23, 2015
In a press conference on Monday, Cimcorp Automation (Booth 4237) debuted the 3D Shuttle, a gantry-robot based system that supports goods-to-person picking.
<p>Domenick Iellimo (left) executive VP & Benjamin Miller, GM, Pallet Mole Automation - with the Pallet Mole System</p> By Bridget McCrea · March 23, 2015
At a press conference on Monday, Frazier (Booth 3531) demonstrated its semi-automated, high-density Pallet Mole System.
<p>Greg Meyer, VP of sales and marketing</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
The new Flex-Drive system in EuroSort’s booth (Booth 1541) can enable bombay and push tray sorters to climb and descend.
By Josh Bond · March 23, 2015
At a press conference Monday, Vanderlande (Booth 2041) highlighted a new solution to enable remote video and audio technician support.
<p>Jose-Luis Crespo, Plug Power’s VP of global sales.</p> By Roberto Michel · March 23, 2015
Plug Power (Booth 672) is showcasing GenKey, its turnkey hydrogen solution for materials handling sites.
<p>Joel Thomas, Lenze OEM Consultant for Intralogistics with the company’s new solutions for drive-based and controller-based automation.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
At electrical and mechanical drive manufacturer Lenze America’s booth (Booth 1064), the focus is on three different types motion control and automation solutions.
<p>Tom Coyne, president</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
Used for compact, high-speed case and tote buffering and sequencing, Kardex Remstar (Booth 2031) highlighted the new sort2ship solution in a press conference on Monday.
By MMH Staff · March 23, 2015
Interroll (Booth 2603) will unveil the prototype of its new Spiral Lift concept, and present its latest lineup of Crossbelt Sorters at ProMat 2015.
By Roberto Michel · March 23, 2015
Technologies including cloud-based analytics, mobility and wearables are transforming supply chain efficiencies in what amounts to a digital revolution for industry, said Renee Niemi, director of the Android and Chrome global business for Google for Work, at Monday’s keynote address.
By Bridget McCrea · March 23, 2015
With more than 800 exhibitors, 340,000 square feet of show floor space and 110 seminars, ProMat 2015 will give more than 35,000 industrial professionals new ideas for increasing the productivity of their manufacturing and supply chain operations.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
Two new products are being showcased from Wildeck (Booth 1252): the EdgeAlert open gate alarm and the XpressLift high-speed automated tote lift.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
I.D. Systems (Booth 3684) has entered a strategic partnership to develop and deploy a new vehicle management system (VMS) under industrial equipment manufacturer Toyota Material Handling U.S.A.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
To reduce unloading time and speed up merchandising in small-format retail stores, ORBIS (Booth 1803) is demonstrating a special line of reusable pallets and totes.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
Having launched the Perfect Pick robotic goods-to-person picking technology for order fulfillment at ProMat 2013, OPEX Material Handling (Booth 2019) returned having completed several retail and e-commerce installations.

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