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The material handling industry has proven itself to be a pivotal force in the relationship between producers, retailers and consumers. This industry is involved in moving materials from point A to point B within the confined space of a building - something that can often be done by hand, trolleys, forklifts or other wheeled devices. The conveniences of technology have made themselves known in this industry. The introduction of driverless vehicles, new and improved containers and streamlined conveyor belt systems have had an overwhelmingly positive effect on the material handling industry. This has caused massive growth within the industry, as is evidenced in an article published in MHI Solutions. However, the most important innovation is smart technology. It allows material handlers ...(Full Article)
Storage equipment and systems are essential to the material handling industry. They are used for short- or long-term holding of products, equipment and materials until they are needed. Offerings in the sector vary widely to accommodate the size, shape, weight, use and configuration of items being stored. Systems also coordinate with material handling vehicles to facilitate effective retrieval and transport. According to data gathered by IndustryNet from 70 companies, in the past year, storage has shown growth in both employment and sales. Jobs have risen at 4.35 percent, from 2,964 to 3,093. Sales have increased 4.36 percent, from $998 million to the current average level of $1.04 billion. Storage trends Storage system companies are rising to the increasing challenge of e-commerce...(Full Article)
Storage equipment is an essential segment of the materials handling industry. When goods must be held either long or short term, storage is the solution. Storage systems provide an organized area where items can be placed to await retrieval. Well-designed storage efficiently functions in tandem with material transport equipment to ensure that pallets, parts, goods, fixtures and tools are available where and when they should be. Numerous possibilities There are many types of industrial storage equipment and systems. The appropriate choice for a specific application will depend on the size and weight of the items held as well as how long they are expected to remain. Designing a system involves allowing for the number of pieces to be accommodated and what type of equipment will be used ...(Full Article)
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