Material Handling Automation

Material Handling Automation Solutions

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Automated Palletizing

Ensure consistent material output. Eliminate variations caused by human interference. Boost operational efficiency. By incorporating automated palletizing processes, manufacturers can improve worker safety and ergonomics by eliminating the need for heavy lifting and repetitive motions, with machines like these AS/RS systems, high-speed conveyors, robotic palletizers, and shrink wrappers. This allows facilities to repurpose skilled workers to tasks requiring critical thinking and strategic decision making.

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Case & Piece Picking

From Third-Party Logistics (3PL) operations to Distribution Centers (DC) and warehouse environments, integrating Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) with sortation conveyors and robotic picking stations allows facilities to efficiently organize inventory and intelligently route items for processing, streamlining Case & Piece Picking processes.

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Ecommerce Fulfillment

For Third-Party Logistics (3PL) operations, Distribution Centers (DC) and warehouse environments, integrating Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) with bidirectional sortation transport conveyors allows for the efficient utilization of space, while streamlining operations to expedite orders and enhance fulfillment precision.

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Inbound & Receiving

By incorporating automated inbound & receiving machinery, manufacturers can deliver fewer manual touches, boost storage, and refine inventory control, while repurposing skilled laborers to more value-added tasks.

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Outbound & Shipping

Third-Party Logistics (3PL) operations can utilize Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) to efficiently store, retrieve, and move large quantities of materials in standardized unit loads such as pallets or containers. By integrating a combination of robotics, conveyors, and computerized controls together, facilities can reduce the need for manual labor and the potential for error, while optimizing space utilization, leading to enhanced productivity and customer satisfaction.

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Sortation & Conveyance

Manufacturers, Third-Party Logistics (3PL), and warehouse distribution centers can integrate Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) to maximize the efficiency of material movement, storage, and retrieval for standardized unit loads such as pallets and containers. With features like robotics and computerized controls facilities can reduce labor costs, minimize errors, and enhance overall operational speed.

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Storage & Buffering

Manufacturers, Third-Party Logistics (3PL) operations and warehouse distributors can incorporate Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) into existing processes to enhance their storage & buffering capabilities. By utilizing a system composed of robotic gantries, Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs), and conveyors, work-in-progress flow and inventory control are enhanced, while errors and potential for injury are reduced.

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Temperature & Hazardous

From cold storage warehouses to pharmaceutical facilities, manufacturing operations can streamline their material handling processes by adopting Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS). Consisting of specialized robotics, conveyors, and Automated Guided Vehicles these systems ensure optimal conditions are maintained during movement of goods, safeguarding product integrity, while enhancing the precision of material handling

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Warehouse Robotics

Third-Party Logistics (3PL) operations, Distribution Centers (DC), and warehouse environments can streamline their material handling processes by integrating robotic arms, palletizers, and Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) into material handling processes, enhancing palletizing, depalletizing, and goods-to-picking operations.

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