Frazier Industrial

By Josh Bond · February 1, 2015
Using conventional technologies coordinated in real time, The Home Depot’s direct fulfillment center supports omni-channel capabilities for the Eastern United States.
<p>Domenick Iellimo, executive vice president of Frazier Industrial (Booth 9331) showcased the company’s ergonomic Glide ‘N Pick order selector rack.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 18, 2014
Frazier Industrial (Booth 9331) showcased the company’s ergonomic Glide ‘N Pick order selector rack in a press conference Monday.
By Josh Bond · August 1, 2013
Sovena USA uses new racks and lift trucks to optimize warehouse space.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 1, 2013
Mobile robots keep product flowing at Giant Eagle’s retail support centers
By Josh Bond · June 1, 2013
Amid demands for innovation and customer service, public refrigerated warehouses are challenged to provide flexibility and efficiency for a fickle customer base.
By Josh Bond · April 1, 2013
Racks and shelves are not standing still as efforts to improve speed and productivity reshape traditional approaches to storage.
By MMH Staff · January 22, 2013
In a press conference on Tuesday, Frazier Industrial (Booth 4205) showcased enhancements to its semi-automated, high-density Pallet Mole system.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 1, 2012
As end users optimize their facilities, high-density dynamic storage is getting a fresh look.
<p>The AS/RS features 10 aisles, five cranes and 25,000 pallet positions and operates in an energy-saving, lights-out environment.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · February 9, 2012
Preferred Freezer Services takes materials handling automation to a new level in a New Jersey warehouse.
By Bob Trebilcock · February 1, 2012
Preferred Freezer Services’s new facility maximizes throughput while minimizing labor and energy consumption.
By MMH Staff · January 24, 2012
The Roundtable includes the Material Handling Industry Board of Governors and the MHIA Directors At Large.
By Bob Trebilcock · August 25, 2011
IKEA’s new DC employs a global warehouse design and best practices to serve a growing regional market.
By Bob Trebilcock · August 1, 2011
A close attention to layout, design and equipment selection makes the most of conventional materials handling processes in The Container Store’s DC.

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