Zebra Technologies

By Bob Trebilcock · June 8, 2017
Self-driving mobile robots improve cycle times and reduce floor space at GE Healthcare’s new repair operations center in Wisconsin. General Electric operations center layout, General Electric Healthcare warehouse
By Bob Trebilcock · June 8, 2017
GE Healthcare implemented self-driving vehicles to deliver repair parts and equipment in its new facility.
By Josh Bond · May 5, 2017
The spread of technology throughout the warehouse has created abundant and valuable information—if only you can find it.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 5, 2017
The SmartPack Trailer solution from Zebra Technologies (Booth S2459) creates an intelligent loading environment that increases both outbound load densities and lightens the load for dock managers, said Brent Elstron, product manager.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 3, 2017
Lucas Systems (Booth S3443) shared how recent updates to Engage Dynamic Work Optimization (DWO) software—including batching and path optimization algorithm refinements and new implementation tools—has delivered a 53% productivity gain for a customer’s cart-based picking application.
By Roberto Michel · March 30, 2017
Wearable technologies are nothing new in warehouses. For decades, equipment such as ring scanners, arm-mounted devices, and voice headsets and terminals have made warehouse processes more productive and accurate. That doesn’t mean, however, that wearables are standing still.
By Bob Trebilcock · March 9, 2017
Lawson Products built a new distribution center to optimize its network, package and kit products, and deliver better customer service to its branch DCs and customers.
By MMH Staff · March 6, 2017
Smart technologies to provide shoppers with new levels of personalization, speed and convenience.
By Roberto Michel · December 14, 2016
Wearable technologies are nothing new in warehouses. For decades, equipment such as ring scanners, arm-mounted devices, and voice headsets and terminals have made warehouse processes more productive and accurate. That doesn’t mean, however, that wearables are standing still.
By Josh Bond · November 8, 2016
Suppliers and users of scanners, printers and rugged mobile devices find themselves at the intersection of technological advances, increasing consumer demands and rising labor costs. The top players are finding ways to meet each challenge with minimal risk as the market landscape continues to shift. Leaders in Automatic Data Capture suppliers 2016, RFID suppliers Top 20, Warehouse data capture devices, Top 20 suppliers of warehouse data capture technology
By Bob Trebilcock · September 1, 2016
Running short of space in its old facility, Destination Maternity Corp. built a new, highly automated DC driven by an integrated warehouse management and execution system. The result is a strategic weapon helping to drive the business forward.
By Bob Trebilcock · September 1, 2016
American Eagle’s new DC is built around an inbound conveyor and sortation system, six multi-level pick modules and a warehouse execution system.
By Bob Trebilcock · July 1, 2016
Destination Maternity’s new facility brings together shuttles, mini-loads, a bomb-bay unit sorter and sophisticated software to drive a true omni-channel distribution environment.
By Roberto Michel · July 1, 2016
ADC device technology continues to advance, but suppliers increasingly emphasize continuous monitoring and IoT-type sensing and analytic solutions as much as new hardware. The goal is better decision support as data capture evolves.
By Chris Lewis · June 1, 2016
Five emerging technologies are reshaping the present and future of maintenance practices for materials handling systems.

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