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By MMH Staff · February 6, 2015
Economic potential, challenges lie ahead for U.S. neighbor.
By MMH Staff · February 5, 2015
Dual-arm robots donated to advance development of robot capabilities in e-commerce and material handling.
By MMH Staff · February 5, 2015
Exhibit floor at Automate 2015, co-located with ProMat, is already more than 70% larger than the 2013 event.
By MMH Staff · February 4, 2015
New plant to become company's first facility to offer injection and structural foam molding and dunnage fabrication under one roof.
By MMH Staff · February 4, 2015
Growth expected to outperform the 2008-2013 period across the globe; China decelerates as North America follows rising food, beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical production.
By MMH Staff · February 4, 2015
Expected to be completed by the end of 2016, the project will relocate approximately 1,300 jobs for its divisions, research and development facilities and corporate offices.
By MMH Staff · February 4, 2015
New global provider of consumer and corrugated packaging represents combined equity value of $16 billion.
By Jeff Berman · February 4, 2015
The index ISM uses to measure non-manufacturing growth—known as the NMI—came in at 56.7 in January, which was 0.2 percent ahead of December and also 0.2 percent ahead of the 12-month average of 56.5. Economic activity in the non-manufacturing sector has grown for the last 60 months, according to ISM.
By Jeff Berman · February 3, 2015
While sequential growth did not materialize to begin the year, manufacturing activity still remained in growth mode over all in January, according to the January edition of the Manufacturing Report on Business from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM).
By MMH Staff · February 2, 2015
Nearly 400,000 individuals involved in activities over the course of more than a month.
By MMH Staff · February 2, 2015
Brett Wood, president & CEO of Toyota Material Handling North America, has held previous chairmanship positions within ITA.
By Josh Bond · February 1, 2015
The Home Depot has remodeled its supply chain in recent years, building the foundation for a new type of fulfillment center intended to blend online and in-store shopping.
By Josh Bond · February 1, 2015
Using conventional technologies coordinated in real time, The Home Depot’s direct fulfillment center supports omni-channel capabilities for the Eastern United States.
By Bob Trebilcock · February 1, 2015
Today’s highly automated systems demand technicians with new skills and new training. The industry is beginning to respond.
By Roberto Michel · February 1, 2015
ERP vendors who focus on the SME market seek to rival Tier 1 WMS vendors on deeper warehouse management functionality, while playing “suite card” on e-commerce and ERP foundation.

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