MODEX

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By Josh Bond · April 4, 2016
The Raymond Corp. (Booth 3647) recognized the manufacture of its 500,000th lift truck—a Model 7300 Reach-Fork truck—in a presentation to long-time customer The Home Depot in a press conference on Monday.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 4, 2016
With limited skilled workforce availability at the manufacturing, service and technician levels, Lenze Americas (Booth 2147) has been working on creating new products that address those gaps, said Joel Thomas, industry manager of intralogistics.
By Josh Bond · April 4, 2016
At a press conference Monday, Dematic (Booth 3047) presented warehouse execution software and hardware representing a mix of low, mid and high levels of equipment and technology solutions.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 4, 2016
Highlighting a more simplified design, new carriers and shelves, Kardex Remstar’s (Booth 4735) Chelsea Tarr, marketing communications coordinator, unveiled the company’s newly redesigned horizontal carousel in a press conference on Monday.
By Roberto Michel · April 4, 2016
Entrepreneur and innovation expert Peter Diamandis urged attendees to design products and services with the rapid pace of change in mind and embrace technology disruption as opportunity in his Monday keynote.
By Sara Pearson Specter · April 4, 2016
In Booth 4335, ORBIS Corp. debuted the Pally—a cross between a pallet and a dolly—that allows users to streamline fulfillment, distribution and merchandising efforts faster, easier and with greater versatility.
WHITE PAPER
By mmckeon · September 18, 2015
Many manufacturers are increasing revenues through eCommerce. Whether it is selling directly to the end users, or transacting with partners, eCommerce is now a channel that manufacturers cannot afford to ignore.

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