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10 Industry Leaders of Materials Handling AUTOMATION today


February 24, 2011

10 Industry Leaders  of Materials Handling AUTOMATION today:


Dematic is a global leader providing an impressive range of intelligent   logistics and materials handling solutions. With a global knowledge network of more than 3000 highly skilled logistics professionals, Dematic is able to provide its customers a unique perspective in world   class materials handling solution design.


Intelligrated®  is a leading North American-owned, single-point provider of automated material handling solutions with operations in the U.S., Canada and   Mexico. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Intelligrated designs, manufactures and installs complete material handling automation solutions, including conveyor systems, IntelliSort® sortation systems, Alvey® palletizers   and robotics, Real Time Solutions® order fulfillment systems, warehouse control software and advanced machine controls—all supported by 24x7   Customer Service and Support.


Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV) Systems by JBT Corporation provide   automated material movement for customers in a wide variety of industries including the: automotive, chemicals/plastics, hospital,  newsprint/newspaper, commercial print, paper, food & beverage, pharmaceutical, warehousing & distribution, and manufacturing   industries. JBT Corporation employs the largest group of Automated Guided Vehicle experts, each bringing a unique perspective gained from decades of experience. Our AGV experts are always developing the most   cutting edge AGV technology, so that we can continue to provide guided vehicle solutions for the most unique material handling challenges.


Jervis B. Webb Company is a global leader in providing durable material handling systems including Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), conveyors, baggage handling systems and Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS). Webb systems are the centerpiece of thousands of manufacturing plants, warehouses, and airports.  Webb is a subsidiary of Daifuku Co., Ltd., making it part of one of the largest material handling companies in the world.


At The Progress Group, each of our senior consultants is accustomed to working as a facilitating member of a client team. Because we choose our   projects carefully and limit the number we accept, we can focus our   full attention on each project and give it our best thinking and   resources.


Si SYSTEMS designs, engineers, builds, and   integrates your order fulfillment system to perform to new and ever-changing, higher expectations. Intelligent systems designed to optimize planning, warehousing, inventory, routing, order fulfillment, and distribution. We integrate SINTHESIS, our own proprietary controls software, with innovative order fulfillment and conveyance technology to design and build faster, smarter, leaner order fulfillment systems for high-volume, full-or split-case, item-oriented picking and distribution. We’re SI Systems, the order fulfillment systems expert.


Swisslog automated guided vehicles move routine and on-demand deliveries of bulk materials for healthcare, pharmaceutical industry and warehouse distribution centers. Automated guided vehicles offer many   benefits, such as redirecting operating costs through scheduled transport, reducing the potential for injury by eliminating manual transport, and ensuring the timely delivery of materials.


System Logistics, a division of System Group, is a leading provider of automated material handling systems for warehouses, distribution centers and manufacturing operations worldwide. We manufacture and develop a complete line of hardware and software solutions designed to streamline your operations. In addition, our team of highly experienced managers, engineers, manufacturing personnel, software experts and support staff is dedicated to creating a customized material handling system that will keep you flexible and competitive in today’s global business environment.


TGW Logistics Group is a worldwide leading supplier of highly dynamic automated logistics solutions for; Warehousing, Production, Order picking, and Distribution. As general contractor and systems integrator with local entities in Europe and North-America we are responsible for; Analysis and logistics planning, Implementation of turnkey systems, Support service 24/7, and Optimisation and Modernisation.


It takes more than sound technology and know-how to plan and realize the best logistics systems. Planning and realizing the best logistics systems is dependent upon a myriad of diverse factors. A consistent approach and loyalty to the company’s ‘Down to Earth’ culture are the foundations of credibility and commitment for which WITRON is renowned. Even the architecture of WITRON’s buildings reflects the individuality and blend of our strength, philosophy and technology. Our customers understand that we are committed to exceeding expectations and fulfilling the trust placed in us.

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