Automation

By Josh Bond · October 2, 2014
AGVs handle product that associates previously pushed in carts along a 1,200-foot path.
<p>Lewis Hornsby, vice president of global logistics and fulfillment.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · October 1, 2014
BRG Sports’ new DC was designed from the ground up as an omni-channel, omni-brand distribution and manufacturing facility. Most of all, the materials handling solution optimizes fulfillment and takes touches out of the process.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 1, 2014
BRG Sports’ new facility relies on a warehouse control system and voice-directed picking to synchronize parallel pick and pack activities across pick modules.
By MMH Staff · October 1, 2014
Joint licensing agreement for OSR Shuttle targets sequencing buffers and goods-to-person-based solutions.
By Michael Levans · October 1, 2014
The 2015 Casebook features 40 case studies that put the spotlight on successful innovation projects.
By Josh Bond · September 26, 2014
Transaction valued at more than $350 million expected to close by end of 2014.
By MMH Staff · September 24, 2014
Program includes the addition of more than 6,000 AS/RS-related replacement parts.
By Josh Bond · September 22, 2014
Freedonia research highlights growing domestic interest in automation.
By Josh Bond · September 18, 2014
Conveyor manufacturers revise growth estimate up from 2% to 5%.
By MMH Staff · September 17, 2014
Experienced executive joins provider of automated storage and retrieval systems.
By MMH Staff · September 17, 2014
Most departments to double in size, electrical controls department to increase four-fold.
By MMH Staff · September 17, 2014
New Board members’ terms to begin January 1, 2015, and end December 31, 2018.
By MMH Staff · September 17, 2014
Since the beginning of 2009, the motion controller category has averaged 19% growth per quarter.
By MMH Staff · September 12, 2014
Bastian Solutions, headquartered in Indianapolis, opened its 15th U.S. office in Naperville, Ill., to service a growing number of customers in the Chicago region.
By Jason Gryszkowiec, managing director, retail and direct fulfillment, St. Onge Co. · September 11, 2014
As direct fulfillment volume grows, small adjustments can prevent bottlenecks and postpone large investments.

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