Distribution/Fulfillment Sortation Systems(7 companies)
Systems that divert cases into different conveyors or lanes in a distribution facility. Examples include case sorters, loop sorters, tilt traps, sliding shoe sorters, pusher sorters, paddle sorters/BAT, cross-belt sorters, warehouse chutes, returns put-away systems and related items. (Note: conveyors, pick-and-place, inspection systems and palletizing systems, also used in distribution/fulfillment sortation systems, are covered elsewhere in this directory.)
The BEUMER Group specializes in material handling solutions. The investment in a new or upgraded material handling system is a major business decision. The system must not only ensure a fast return on that investment but also support the customer’s strategic business objectives now and into the future. That is why all BEUMER Group systems start with an intensive understanding of every aspect of each customer’s unique logistical and financial challenges.
Hiperbaric - High Pressure Technologies
With more than 20 years of experience in the design and manufacturing of industrial equipment for High Pressure Processing (HPP) and a thorough understanding of the dynamics and surroundings of an HPP operation, Hiperbaric develops and supplies comprehensive solutions for specific systems of automation and material handling for food and beverage manufacturing. Material handling equipment for up and downstream as well as HPP In-Pack units includes custom carriers, carrier carts and elevators, turntables, tote dumpers and pre-feeders, dryers and more.
Hytrol Conveyor Company
Hytrol supplies sortation conveyors used to efficiently sort products to other lines in e-commerce, warehousing and parcel applications. Hytrol's product line includes sliding shoe sorters, narrow below sorting systems, right angle sortation and belted pivot wheel systems as well as product gapping sortation solutions.
JMP’s AGV division is committed to developing and integrating innovative solutions that address specific customer needs by utilizing cutting edge automation and robotics technologies. JMP's automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are designed to work cooperatively as an integral part of a sophisticated plant automation and control solution. JMP provides a safe and well-defined material movement solutions designed for flexibility and adaptation to the evolving operations of customers. In addition, JMP offers other integrated material handling solutions with its distribution center bulk parcel handling and sortation system, covering material sorting, handling, and tracking for data driven process optimization.
System Logistics Corporation (SLC), a Krones owned company, is a leading global supplier of intralogistics and material handling solutions seeking to optimize the supply chain of warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing operations worldwide. With a special focus on the food, beverage and grocery industry, SLC develops tailor-made solutions for automated storage and retrieval systems, including stacker cranes and/or fast rotation storage (FRS), material handling systems, automated guided vehicles (AGVs), and related software and services designed to optimize logistics.
Motion Controls Robotics Inc.
Motion Controls Robotics is a value added reseller (VAR) and integrator of end-of-the line material handling automation systems, including the SmartCart® Automatic Guided Cart (AGC™), a flexible and cost-effective material handling solution from Jervis B. Webb Company. Engineered for moving products on an assembly line or transporting goods throughout a plant or warehouse, the SmartCart® is automatic and durable, providing reliable and consistent point-to-point movement of everything from small parts to heavy pallets. Also offer the M-Car product transfer cart for end-of-line automation needs.
TriEnda is a U.S.-based global manufacturer of material handling solutions that includes delivery carts. HDPE-thermoformed delivery cart construction provides needed strength while incorporating a lightweight design. A narrow deck and four castered wheels allow the cart to easily maneuver through tight spaces like doorways, coolers, freezers and aisles. A perimeter lip prevents product slide-offs. TriEnda’s other material handling offerings include pallets, reusable bulk containers and cargo protection systems.
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