Visitors to the forthcoming Warehouse Technology Group (WTG) event, which takes place on June 14th at the WTG’s Logistics Research and Innovation Centre (LRIC) in Manchester, a live demonstration of a range of the latest Intralogistics solutions from the Flexi Warehouse Systems portfolio, including:
- FlexiPiCK – a layer quantity customer order picking solution that allows users to take advantage of the increasingly popular layer quantity order picking concept without the need to invest in high fixed cost guided or automated handling technology;
- StorMAX storage technology which, in comparison with storage systems served by conventional reach trucks, allows 50 per cent more pallet locations to be achieved within the dimensions of a store;
- Models from Narrow Aisle’s Flexi AC range of VNA articulated forklift trucks. Narrow Aisle designs, manufactures and supplies the Flexi in capacities from 1.3 to 3.0 tonnes and with lift heights of between 3.0 and 15.0 metres. The trucks can operate in aisleways as narrow as1.6 metres and their ability to improve storage, handling and customer order assembly efficiency in storage, manufacturing and logistics environments is well proven with many thousands of units successfully deployed across the world market.
WTG is a collaboration of more than 25 market leading companies in the Intralogistics industry that manufacture and supply a full range of specialist equipment and services. It was established to provide users with a practical insight into the latest technology available to companies operating warehouses and distribution centres, as well as delivering a unique operational warehouse location to provide system testing and operator familiarisation all-in-one facility.
The June 14th event is open to all managers active in the intralogistics supply chain sector to attend, especially helpful to those actively looking at improving their current facilities and reducing operational costs.
To register, please go to: http://www.wtglive.com/events/
VIP code: FLEXI
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