Muratec

By Sara Pearson Specter · June 8, 2016
With automotive sales rebounding, manufacturers are reshoring operations to North America and investing in automation equipment and technologies.
By Sara Pearson Specter · July 1, 2015
With operational flexibility and safety best practices guiding automotive manufacturing facilities, automatic guided vehicles and carts are now doing more than just bring components and kitted parts to lineside workers.
By MMH Staff · January 6, 2015
Canadian entity embraces Cimcorp brand.
By Bob Trebilcock · November 17, 2014
The combined companies offer one-stop-shop for materials handling and factory automation.
By MMH Staff · October 31, 2014
Cimcorp Group, which includes RMT Robotics Ltd in Canada, has 300 employees and has delivered 2,000 robotic systems to 40 countries across five continents.
By MMH Staff · October 22, 2014
Parent company's Logistics & Automation Division began servicing North American customers in 1962, 12 years before Murata machinery was established.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 1, 2013
North American manufacturers are expanding operations and increasing output. Here’s how the materials handling industry is enabling the emerging comeback.
By Bob Trebilcock · January 24, 2013
Muratec (Booth 3208) introduced new automated storage and AGV products at ProMat.
By MMH Staff · January 1, 2013
For manufacturers seeking flexibility, storage space and labor savings, customized automation solutions are transforming the concept of just-in-time delivery.
By George Kokoris · January 1, 2013
Mini-loads and shuttles are the engines driving new order fulfillment processes.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 1, 2012
As end users optimize their facilities, high-density dynamic storage is getting a fresh look.
By Lorie King Rogers · June 1, 2012
It’s been a rough road for the automotive industry, but production is increasing. To keep pace, auto manufacturers are focusing on lineside delivery strategies that get the right product to the right operator at the right time.
<p>Conveyor and sortation systems are using software and controls to manage the flow of goods while distributing work in a way that eliminates bottlenecks.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · May 1, 2012
More companies are looking to materials handling automation to improve processes and lower operating costs. Modern asked 10 leading systems integrators what the future of automation might look like.
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