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1) Dirty (DC) Jobs with Michael Roe
Starts 1:15 PM Ends 2:00 PM Date Monday, April 12
Location Theater E Sponsor DMW&H

It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. Your distribution model will have to adapt to ongoing business changes. Oftentimes, businesses are faced with two choices: 1. Build a totally new distribution center, OR 2. Retrofit an existing distribution center while staying operational. Successfully ...

2) Achieving Customer Satisfaction in the New Normal of E-Commerce
Starts 10:45 AM Ends 11:30 AM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater E Sponsor PSI Engineering

E-commerce growth trends are radically changing the landscape of the packing and shipping areas of a Business to Consumer distribution center. It is important to focus on the entire process to fully understand how to meet the ultimate objective which is to satisfy customer expectations. The fundamental ...

3) The Strategy Around Micro-Fulfillment
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater A Sponsor AHS, LLC

This presentation will emphasize key points that should be highly considered when developing a strategy around Micro-fulfillment. Micro-fulfilment refers to the idea of placing small-scale warehouse facilities in accessible, urban locations that are close to the consumer. This presentation will specify ...

4) Growing Faster: Increasing Speed & Lowering Costs with Automation Integration
Starts 12:45 PM Ends 1:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater C Sponsor Murata Machinery USA, Inc.

In today’s market and economy, people want your products and they want them now. Consumers expectations for access to products and speed of delivery are rapidly rising and driving changes throughout industrial machinery, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution market segments. During this presentation, ...

5) Micro-Fulfillment
Starts 12:45 PM Ends 1:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater D Sponsor PULSE Integration

The future of business is robotics. AMRs, micro-fulfillment and technology to connect robotics with devices are must-haves in our ever-changing digital world. At PULSE, we are experts in robotics and technology.

6) Micro-fulfillment Strategies for the Future of Omnichannel Retail
Starts 2:15 PM Ends 3:00 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater B Sponsor Honeywell Intelligrated

Omnichannel fulfillment complexities are permeating every sector of the retail landscape, and companies are adopting micro-fulfillment center (MFC) strategies to improve delivery time frames and shorten the distance between distribution centers (DCs) and their customers. Installed in stand-alone facilities ...

7) Efficient Control of Motors Using ASi
Starts 3:45 PM Ends 4:30 PM Date Tuesday, April 13
Location Theater A Sponsor Bihl+Wiedemann, Inc.

Discover how to control DC motors with a voltage of up to 48 V and frequency inverters from numerous manufacturers very efficiently via a 2-wire cable. The advantages of the "AS-Interface" system are particularly evident in conveyor applications: quick installation, high flexibility and low costs. You ...

8) Micro-Fulfillment
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Thursday, April 15
Location Theater A Sponsor PULSE Integration

The future of business is robotics. AMRs, micro-fulfillment and technology to connect robotics with devices are must-haves in our ever-changing digital world. At PULSE, we are experts in robotics and technology.

9) Growing Faster: Increasing Speed & Lowering Costs with Automation Integration
Starts 11:45 AM Ends 12:30 PM Date Thursday, April 15
Location Theater D Sponsor Murata Machinery USA, Inc.

In today’s market and economy, people want your products and they want them now. Consumers expectations for access to products and speed of delivery are rapidly rising and driving changes throughout industrial machinery, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution market segments. During this presentation, ...

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