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<p>This booth display shows how HighJump’s HTML5-based mobile app functions for associates are streamlined, with one simple screen per data entry task.</p>

By Roberto Michel · April 6, 2016
HighJump (Booth 2415), a provider of supply chain execution (SCE) software including warehouse management system (WMS) solutions, highlighted new mobile apps for its enterprise suite of products, HighJump Supply Chain Advantage.
<p>Richard Lord, global product marketing manager for zebra technology, demonstrates the company’s new scanner series alongside its new mobile computer.</p> By Josh Bond · April 6, 2016
Re-engineered for durability and productivity, Zebra Technology’s (Booth 2127) latest 3600 scanner line offers several new features as well as enhanced management capabilities.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 6, 2016
As a 37-year-old system integrator, Conveyco (Booth 4680) has a built a niche in creating right-sized automated order fulfillment solutions, primarily based on Intelligrated technologies as well as those from other suppliers, explained Victoria Wollenberg, business development coordinator.
<p>Juan E. Avalos, Applications Engineer, shows Brother Gearmotors’ conveyor series line</p> By Bridget McCrea · April 6, 2016
Brother Gearmotors (Booth 3814), a division of Brother International Corp., introduced its conveyor series line of gearmotors at Modex.
<p>Barcoding’s Shane Snyder, president, discussed the company’s latest technologies with a student tour group on Wednesday.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · April 6, 2016
Barcoding Inc.’s (Booth 4973) CEO Jay Steinmetz, a self-proclaimed #SupplyChainGeek is geeking out over his company’s new Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) asset beacons.
<p>Rob DeStefano, Wavelink Product Marketing Manager</p> By Bridget McCrea · April 6, 2016
Wavelink (Booth 4334) develops and sells technology solutions that are used by major global companies in the retail, manufacturing, transportation, supply chain management and logistics industries to accelerate mobile productivity among workers throughout the supply chain.
By Roberto Michel · April 6, 2016
Wednesday’s keynote panel discussed significant industry trends from the new MHI 2016 Annual Industry Report, including hiring/retaining skilled workers; customer demand for faster response times, and customer demand for lower delivered costs.
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Honeywell’s (Booth 4935) Bruce Stubbs, director of supply chain marketing, shows of the company’s enhanced D75E wearable computer with ring scanner.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · April 6, 2016
With a variety of embedded products already contributing to warehouse worker mobility and efficiency, Honeywell (Booth 4935) offers a cohesive range of sensing and productivity solutions that are undergoing constant refinement, said Bruce Stubbs, director of supply chain marketing.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 6, 2016
As part of the survey conducted by Modex sponsor MHI and Deloitte—shared in this morning’s keynote presentation of their annual industry report, “Accelerating Change: How Innovation is Driving Digital, ‘Always-On’ Supply Chains”—the nearly 900 participants were asked about anticipated tactical investments.
By Roberto Michel · April 6, 2016
Empowering distribution center managers with new mobile app capabilities, as well as pickers with a new mobile app, is part of what Manhattan Associates (Booth 1939) is demonstrating at Modex and also what they are seeing as helpful to addressing e-commerce fulfillment demands.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 6, 2016
During the seminar, the co-presenters used videos and photos to take attendees on a virtual tour of some of the most common warehouse hazards along with best practice solutions recommended by ProGMA—everything from guard rails to safety netting that prevents pallets and boxes from falling off of pallet racking.
<p>from left: Markus Schmidt, Senior Vice President WDS Americas, and Michael Felbinger, Vice President Project Implementation/General Manager PAS.<br /></p> By Bridget McCrea · April 6, 2016
Markus Schmidt, senior vice president at Swisslog (Booth 4687) presented the intralogistics specialist’s latest warehouse automation innovations at a press conference on Tuesday.
By Bridget McCrea · April 6, 2016
topVOX (Booth 2930) announced its latest product in the topVOX portfolio: the Lydia Smart Watch, which provides a visual presentation of the products and works as an add-on to current voice directed picking solutions.
<p>Bruce Gray, Hytrol’s Connex product manager, explained the company’s new plastic chain conveying systems in an in-booth presentation on Tuesday.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · April 5, 2016
Engineered for transport of food, packaging and pharmaceuticals, the Connex plastic conveyor chain was featured in a presentation on Tuesday by Bruce Gray, product manager, at Hytrol (Booth 2724).
<p>Joe Pelej, marketing manager for Lighting Pick and Pyramid, with a put-to-light system.</p>

By Roberto Michel · April 5, 2016
Lighting Pick, a brand of Matthews Automation Solutions (Booth 1037), highlighted a put-to-light system called LP Put that has the software capability to integrate smoothly with solutions such as auto baggers, said Joe Pelej, marketing manager, at a Tuesday press conference.

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