Intelligrated adds sorters to portfolio

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A Crisplant LS-4000E Tilt-Tray Sorter.

Image courtesy of Intelligrated.

By Modern Materials Handling Staff
April 01, 2010 - MMH Editorial

A leading automated materials handling solutions provider, Intelligrated (http://www.intelligrated.com), has announced the addition of tilt-tray and cross-belt sortation solutions to its product portfolio. Under an agreement resulting from the acquisition of FKI Logistex in 2009, Intelligrated is now the exclusive provider of Crisplant technology in North and South America. Intelligrated now designs, sells, manufactures and supports the complete line of Crisplant tilt-tray and cross-belt sorters, as well as associated software, controls, induction and chute solutions. “Intelligrated is meeting the material handling market's demand for fully customized and scalable high-throughput sortation solutions,” said Chris Cole, CEO of Intelligrated.



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