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Contact: Stefanie Hardy
Office: 10585 N Meridian St., 3rd Floor Indianapolis, IN 46290 USA
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As evidenced at ProMat in early April, the industry is enjoying yet another strong year, spurred by customer demand for innovations that help them navigate a rapidly changing competitive landscape.
Chicago's huge McCormick Place Conference Center was once again home to the Automate and ProMat trade shows.
As the influx of e-commerce continues to rattle traditional brick-and-mortar stores, so too does the rise in stock-keeping units (SKUs), smaller quantity orders, just-in-time demands and the need for optimal storage volume, speed, flexibility and scalability.
Después de 2 años de ausencia en las exposiciones de logística en Mexico, Bastian Solutions ha confirmado su participación en “Intralogistics Latin America 2017” el evento de logística & Manejo de materiales más importante en Mexico.
Packing, sorting and moving boxes around a warehouse is work—but add cheer squads, music and a competitive element, and you’ve got something else entirely.
April 27th marks the return of the LogistXGames to Central Indiana with 9 companies slated to test their logistics prowess and compete for the coveted Golden Pallet!
Bastian Solutions (Booth S3646) had a variety of order picking technologies on display at ProMat 2017 in Chicago, including mobile robotic order picking and augmented reality picking with vision-and voice-enabled wearable smart glasses for hands-free work.
Chicago – Bastian Solutions, a global material handling and robotics systems integrator, will debut its latest innovations at ProMat 2017, April 3-6 in Chicago, booth S3646.
As demand for warehouse automation grows in Mexico, supply chain consultants are needed to design and validate these systems for maximum productivity and ROI.
At first glance, you may not think a company like Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, which supplies eye care specialists with contact lenses and vision care products, would be concerned about disruption or competition from the likes of Amazon.