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Friday, October 02, 2015

Join Modern Materials Handling Senior Editor Josh Bond, and renowned pallet guru and president of White and Company, Marshall White, as they put context behind the findings of the 2015 Pallet Usage and Trending Study.
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University of Tennessee Knoxville's college of engineering uses storage products to support parts inventory management education.
Posted on 10/02 at 08:51 AM
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Michigan State and Rutgers University take second and third place.
Posted on 10/02 at 07:27 AM
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Thursday, October 01, 2015

Report’s four key metrics all down for the second consecutive month.
Posted on 10/01 at 12:52 PM

GHS readiness survey shows lack of barcode labeling strategy results in fines and disruption to business.
Posted on 10/01 at 09:11 AM
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PMMI introduces newest nationally portable mechatronics credential at Pack Expo Las Vegas.
Posted on 10/01 at 08:00 AM
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In its new logistics center, German machine manufacturer Grob installed automated storage technologies and goods-to-person picking to speed materials to the assembly line.
Posted on 10/01 at 07:15 AM
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In Grob’s new parts and raw materials warehouse, automated and conventional storage work with goods-to-person picking to deliver parts to the assembly line.
Posted on 10/01 at 07:11 AM
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Deadlines, data and finding solutions for each are pushing the end-user and supplier communities to adapt.

RFID can automatically capture item-level inventory data without extra handling, leading to improved visibility for many types of goods. Here’s a look at how companies are looking to make the most of that visibility.

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