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Omni-channel Fulfillment: What is it and how does it drive your business?

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company Society’s standards and expectations in the 21st century have changed significantly when it comes to the shopping experience. Consumers have become increasingly impatient, always demanding more and expecting convenience. As a result, retailers and manufacturers are feeling the pressure to deliver to the consumer everything and anything, anytime, anywhere,

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What is a Systems Integrator?

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company Thoroughly understanding the customer’s operation is paramount when devising a material handling solution that optimizes space, needs, and financial plans. As a systems integrator, it is an extensive task to finding the optimal material handling solution available to suit your warehouse and distribution needs. Often times doing it yourself

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Dimensional Weight Charges…Are You Prepared?

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company Starting in 2015, FedEx and UPS, two of the world’s largest delivery companies, will be implementing a dimensional weight factor (DIM) to all ground packages. The plan to charge for shipped packages by size, in addition to the current weight standard, is designed to increase revenues while reducing costs.

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Have you scheduled your PM today?

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company The main goal in any preventative maintenance plan is to avoid unnecessary costs in the failure of your equipment. It is designed to restore the reliability of your equipment by replacing used or worn components before any failure should occur. Performing regular maintenance on your equipment is the most

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Automated Vertical Storage: A Dynamic Solution for the Auto Industry

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company Take a look at this snapshot—what do you see when you walk into an auto dealership’s parts department? You see parts lining the fixed shelves. You see employees walking up and down the aisles in search of the right part. You see the employees picking and retrieving that part.

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“One Size Does Not Fit All”

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company Where do you begin? The most common requirement for any conveyor system is to transport products from point A to point B. Selecting the right conveyor system can be a daunting task, but worth the time and investment as the right material handling system can drastically improve productivity and

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‘Go Green’

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company According to the U.S. Department of Energy, lighting represents 40-60% of the average commercial building’s electric bill.  In today’s work environment, plant operations are in need of proper lighting 24/7. With the proper light levels and a brighter, cleaner white light, safety is improved in the business workplace. LED

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Space and Time

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Author: Heather Connors, Conveyor Handling Company I recently read an article about the benefits of VLM’s (Vertical Lift Modules). It was an intriguing article as it provides manufacturing facilities with a viable option to maximize floor space and reduce the amount of time staff spends on searching for parts. After all, in this day and age,

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Dematic FlexSort SL2: Designed for high uptime and throughput

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Author: Conveyor Handling Company The Dematic FlexSort SL2 is the next generation sliding shoe sorter that incorporates many new design features for improved performance, ease of maintenance, and reduced cost of ownership. The key attribute is modular design. The FlexSort SL2 offers the choice of two drive options and two diverting methods. The parallel divert

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Cost Effective Space Optimization with Mezzanines

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Author: Conveyor Handling Company Mezzanines, also known as platforms or steel structures, are elevated platforms used for space optimization. This high quality, reliable structure ranges in size between 100 square feet to 500,000 square feet depending on the needs of each facility. ·      Ideal for use in distribution centers and other material handling or sorting operations ·      Better

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