Vrooom. Equipto, a company that provides storage solutions, shelving and racks, has signed an agreement to be the official automotive space utilization provider to the "Two Garage Guys" television show, seen on the Speed channel. Equipto will feature its new MechaniKing brand of automotive workbench and storage products on the show.
Data central. GT Nexus, a provider of Web-native supply chain software, has been selected by Carmichael International Service, a large independent full-service customs broker and freight forwarder, to implement a global "data hub" that will streamline the acquisition, consolidation and delivery of customer shipment information with Carmichael's transportation and logistics partners worldwide. GT Nexus will provide Web-hosted software and IT management services to collect and unify transportation and supply chain data from service providers. The company will then house it in a central database and
provide a standardized feed to Carmichael's systems.
The Future is here. Witron has completed installation of its Order Picking System at Future Electronics' new distribution center in Memphis, Tenn. The system consists of 365,000 tote storage locations served by 23 tote stacking cranes that efficiently supply products to 23 picking workstations. Future Electronics is a leading provider of semi-conductors and other electronic components.
Hanging out a new shingle. Illinois-based Unified Barcode & RFID Inc. has become an authorized solution provider for both Datamax Corp. and Zebra Technologies. As a reseller, Unified Barcode & RFID can now incorporate Datamax and Zebra RFID offerings into the solutions created and implemented on behalf of the company's clients. Datamax RFID products enable users to update many internal applications, such as work-in-process and inventory management. Zebra is a leading provider of RFID technology, bar-code printers and label design and integration software.