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Modex 2020: Welcome to Innovation Central
At the Modex exhibition and conference in Atlanta, attendees can get up close and personal with sizzling new technology, equipment, and services for the supply chain.
Back in business (and better than ever)
After being derailed by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, manufacturer Pepperl+Fuchs' newly automated DC is now up and running—speeding customer deliveries and streamlining the manufacturer's North American supply channel.
Three-year outlook calls for growth
Economic conditions to slow this year, pick up in 2021-2022, material handling industry report says.
BYD expands with California forklift center
Electric vehicle maker says 50,000 square-foot facility will be up and running later this year.
Knapp expands Atlanta headquarters to handle growth in grocery, retail, healthcare, and e-commerce
Warehouse automation provider says market driven by labor shortage, emerging technologies.
Switch to li-ion technology bears fruit for grower
Apple, cherry, and grape grower Allan Brothers saves big on maintenance and expansion costs by equipping its 30 lift trucks with lithium-ion batteries from OneCharge.
The right fit
As it prepared to open a new DC, third-party fulfillment specialist DMG needed a sortation system that could reliably process up to 100 shoeboxes per minute. It found what it needed in Interroll's horizontal cross-belt sorter.
Warehouse space sharing startup finds new CEO on dating app
Warehouse Exchange names former eHarmony CEO Grant Langston to top office.
Cost of buying empty shipping containers hits three-year low
Dry box prices have fallen 27% since 2017 due to market oversupply, Drewry says.
SnapFulfil separates U.S. and European markets, names new CEO
White and Dobson to run two regions as WMS software company plans to launch robotic fulfillment cart.

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