Casebook 2016

By MMH Staff · October 24, 2016
The 2016 Casebook features over 35 case studies that put the spotlight on successful innovation projects that are changing the face of productivity in the materials handling and warehousing fields
By MMH Staff · October 24, 2016
The redesigned cart properly fits in a cantilever racking.
By MMH Staff · October 24, 2016
The restraints and levelers have been used at the manufacturer’s new cheese converting facility to reduce contamination and maintain its cold chain integrity.
By MMH Staff · October 24, 2016
By offering excellent sight lines, the durable system provides users the versatility they need to clean their entire facilities.
By MMH Staff · October 24, 2016
The system maximizes productivity, lowers operational costs and increases gross profit margins.
By MMH Staff · October 21, 2016
As a cost-effective solution for stacking empty pallets, the solution has improved employee health and productivity.
By MMH Staff · October 21, 2016
Gossner Foods conserves energy, space and money with new storage system.
By MMH Staff · October 20, 2016
By improving its working environment, the manufacturer has been able to store more in less space and reduce item damage by 25%.
By MMH Staff · October 20, 2016
The device, known as Pick-Plank, has transformed standard pallet storage into dynamic pallet storage.
By MMH Staff · October 20, 2016
The mezzanine’s audible alarm, which features a flashing LED light, instantly alerts operators of open gates.
By MMH Staff · October 20, 2016
As a result of the system, the company has reduced its cost of operations and increased its distribution efficiencies.
By MMH Staff · October 20, 2016
By using vertical storage technology, M&M International improves its inventory accuracy and reduces its parts shortages.
By MMH Staff · October 20, 2016
The rack’s 1,346 pallet positions provide immediate access to every stored load, as well as enhanced space utilization.
By MMH Staff · October 19, 2016
The pick module has combined dynamic rack systems with conveyors and flow components to increase productivity and decrease costs.
By MMH Staff · October 19, 2016
By using an automated storage, Schrauwen has drastically increased its picking speed and improved its delivery capabilities.

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