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Handled (automatically) with care
In this photo essay, we take a look at how Kumamoto-City Agricultural Cooperative handles fresh produce—like oranges—for optimum quality.
Channel your inner MacGyver
Here are 10 DIY fixes you can easily implement in your DC--without spending a lot of money.
Hapman offers Internet of Things for material handling equipment
Partnership with Dattus helps users avoid equipment breakdowns through predictive maintenance, firm says.
Equipment vendors aim to reduce product complexity
One of the hot trends at the Modex 2016 show in Atlanta: product design and technology that make it faster, easier, and less complicated to use and maintain material handling equipment.
Cruze control
Producing a car a minute requires coordination, split-second timing, and a lot of behind-the-scenes support. Here's how GM keeps the Chevrolet Cruze assembly lines humming.
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto!
Having trouble finding workers for dull, dangerous, or dirty tasks? For more and more DCs, the answer is a robot.
Do robots dream of piece picking?
We won't have androids picking eaches any time soon, but robots used in distribution centers are becoming more sophisticated and moving deeper into operations.
Daifuku Webb to buy Wynright in bid to strengthen U.S. warehousing and DC presence
Wynright to operate as wholly owned subsidiary of Daifuku Webb.
express lane
By investing in some new conveyors and a pop-up sorter, online grocer Peapod eliminated a notorious bottleneck in its DC operation and boosted capacity by 50 percent.

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