Casebook 2011

By Josh Bond · August 4, 2011
End-of-line packaging solution keeps product fresh and upright during transit.
By Josh Bond · August 4, 2011
On-line portal leads to greater visibility of available inventory and fewer new pallet purchases.
By Josh Bond · January 31, 2011
After conveyors and manual warehouse trucks, a dairy company puts AGVs to work.
By Josh Bond · January 31, 2011
Workers gain control and access to spare parts inventory with automated solution.
By Josh Bond · January 31, 2011
Printing press redefines paper-handling operations with automation and intuitive software.
By Josh Bond · January 10, 2011
Fashion outfitter improves productivity and collaboration with trading partners.
By Josh Bond · January 10, 2011
Soft drink bottler gambles on new stretch wrapping technology and wins uptime lottery.
By Josh Bond · January 10, 2011
Production plant supplements a conveyor system with small-volume AGVs.
By Josh Bond · January 7, 2011
Provider revisits older model to increase storage density in same footprint.
By Josh Bond · January 7, 2011
New dock equipment takes the guesswork out of shipping and receiving.
By Josh Bond · January 7, 2011
End-to-end information system expands transparency, increases accuracy and fuels growth.
By Josh Bond · January 6, 2011
Integrated voice-directed picking brings high-tech solution to direct-to-customer distribution for electronics retailer.
By Josh Bond · January 6, 2011
Automobile manufacturer replaces lift trucks to reduce injuries at its new Georgia plant.
By Josh Bond · January 6, 2011
A fresh approach to palletizing for a high-SKU, low-rate manufacturer improves safety and workflow.
By Josh Bond · January 6, 2011
Mini-load system cuts steps in materials handling process for national distributor.

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