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Articles from Modern Materials Handling (May 1, 2018)

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All features great and small: No two applications are the same, so mobile computer deployments should be equally detailed. Bond, Josh Editorial 535
AUTOMATION SURVEY: AUTOMATION SPENDING ON THE RISE. McCrea, Bridget Statistical data 2559
Beumer rolled out new sortation solution. 120
Dematic demonstrated versatility of new modular GTP solution. 145
EnerSys unveiled virtually maintenance-free lead-acid batteries. 144
Flexible panel reduces dock door panel repairs and replacements: Concerns about repeated impacts from forklifts is significantly diminished. Bond, Josh 262
FOCUS ON Dock Equipment. 1602
Honeywell Intelligrated's Momentum WES connects orders, automation and labor. 151
Host of services, technologies showcased at Tompkins. 229
How to survive WAREHOUSE RE-LABELING. Forger, Gary Editorial 1578
Hyster prepares to electrify Big Truck fleets. 128
Industrial wire containers find use in new applications: Embraced by a variety of industries beyond traditional materials handling, wire containers are durable and provide visibility. Specter, Sara Pearson Editorial 366
International Forklift of the Year Award winners announced. 350
Investment and innovation are alive and well. Levans, Michael Editorial 530
Kardex Remstar launched remote support service. 174
Knapp introduced new shuttle technology, operational optimization software. 158
MATERIALS HANDLING INNOVATION matters more than ever: This is no longer your father's materials handling industry. Leading suppliers are developing a culture of innovation, leading to new solutions for new challenges. Trebilcock, Bob Cover story 2057
MHI study highlights technologies driving next-generation supply chains. 160
Mobile racking solution installed in existing warehouse in less than four weeks: Landlocked facility boosts storage accessibility, flexibility and density. Bond, Jose Brief article 244
MODERN 60 Seconds with... Hill, John Interview 705
Modex 2018 sees record attendance. Brief article 150
Modex 2018: Trying to figure it out: The new technologies on display in Atlanta were exciting, promising and confounding for materials handling customers faced with a new set of distribution challenges. Trebilcock, Bob Editorial 456
New reach truck, VR training simulator at Raymond. 115
New ring scanner from Honeywell SPS incorporates mobile computing capabilities in a single device. 151
Orbis Corp. acquires Response Packaging. Brief article 211
ORBIS offered reusable pallet education, new bulk container. 139
PRODUCT Showcase. 438
Rite-Hite debuted two new products. 130
Some use of Cloud solutions now the norm. Michel, Roberto 651
SSI Schaefer debuted shuttle, highlighted VLM and WMS. 166
Swisslog showcased robotic, data-driven and flexible automated solutions. 144
THE PATH FROWARD FOR ERP WMS: There's nothing static about warehouse management systems from enterprise resource planning suppliers. The user base is expanding at a notable clip, and next-generation supply chain technologies from the Cloud to data analytics and smart glasses are in their future. Forger, Gary Editorial 1576
Tompkins Robotics partners with RightHand Robotics. Brief article 138
TOP 20 SYSTEM SUPPLIERS: Across the globe, the industry achieved record-smashing growth. Bond, Josh Company rankings 2301
UNEX Manufacturing acquires SpeedCell. Brief article 141
Vargo and Kindred partner for robotic put walls. 157
Vertical lift module recovers 92% of storage space: Shuttle VLM increases order fulfillment productivity by 460%. Bond, Josh Editorial 532
WAREHOUSE BASICS: AUTOMATED STORAGE SYSTEMS EMBRACE NEW ROLES: Distribution and fulfillment applications are looking to automated storage to do what it does best--plus a little bit more: EQUIPMENT BASICS PART 2 AUTOMATED STORAGE. Bond, Josh Editorial 1813
Zebra displayed latest mobile technology. 138

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