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1) Optimize Automated Warehouse Productivity through Storage Type and Distribution Network Analysis
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Emerging Technologies & Sustainability Theater Sponsor Conveyor Solutions Inc. (a Systems In Motion Company)

Ecentria, the Destination for All Things Gear: thousands of brands, millions of products, countless how-to guides and reviews. All powered by their proprietary eBusiness Platform and driven by their unrivaled expertise. Experiencing rapid growth, come hear how Ecentria is evaluating and automating their ...

2) From the State-of-the-Art to the Future of Lithium-ion Power for Industrial Trucks
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater A Sponsor Green Cubes Technology

Green Cubes Technology will review the state-of-the art technology showing how Li-ion is used today. By using customer case studies, we show the real-world benefits in safety, efficiency, and total cost of ownership for enterprise customers large and small. These case studies will highlight the benefits ...

3) Generate Carbon Credits from Electric Vehicles and Equipment
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater C Sponsor SRECTrade, Inc.

Learn how manufacturers and their supply chain partners are generating valuable carbon credits by operating electric vehicles and equipment. Certain states and provinces across North America have adopted clean fuel programs that provide incentives for deploying EVs, electric yard trucks, eCHE, eForklifts, ...

4) Optimizing Warehouse Execution and Warehouse Control Systems with Automation
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater E Sponsor Ascent Warehouse Logistics

Warehouse Execution Systems (WES) manage, optimize, and direct the physical work processes (picking, receiving, replenishment, etc.) in a warehouse or distribution center. For companies to remain competitive, modern distribution centers must employ levels of automation that were unheard of a decade ago. ...

5) 5 Ways Warehouse Robotics Can Drive Customer Loyalty
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater F Sponsor Exotec

Customer demand for everything from faster year-round shipping to consistent order accuracy will continue to grow despite the long and ever-changing list of challenges warehouses are facing now and in the future. Supply chain disruptions and labor shortages aren’t taken into consideration by consumers ...

6) Next Gen of Connected Robotics to Usher in the Future of AMRs
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater G Sponsor K.Hartwall

Today forklifts are an integral part of the supply chain with the global forklift market size valued at USD 53.5 billion in 2021*, yet global warehouses and logistics centers are challenged to employ enough forklift operators to operate them. Along with an increasing labor shortage, global warehouses ...

7) Returnable Container Visibility: Why & How GS1 standards, serialization, and RFID are key to maximizing ROI in returnable containers
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Monday, March 20
Location Theater I Sponsor Barcoding, Inc.

Returnable containers are a smart and sustainable way to move assets and products; but investing in them and managing them can require extensive time and money if the right standards and technologies aren’t used. As many VP and Directors of Operations and Logistics know, keeping track of returnable containers ...

8) Lift Truck Operator Assistance Technology: What Exactly Is It?
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Emerging Technologies & Sustainability Theater Sponsor Yale Material Handling Corporation

Chances are, you’ve heard of a lift truck “operator assistance system” or “OAS” in the past year or so. But if you ask five people at ProMat what OAS means, you’ll probably get five different answers – the market’s understanding of the term is murky. The current OAS landscape is characterized by several ...

9) nEwCommerce: E-Commerce’s Effect on SC Network, Facility Design, and Real Estate Strategies
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater A Sponsor St. Onge Company

This seminar will communicate how the growth of e-commerce (including the acceleration of that growth triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic and the aftermath) has affected supply chain networks (facility locations and mission), facility design for both major hubs and last mile e-commerce facilities and ...

10) How do Automated Pallet and Case Handling Systems Compare with Traditional Storage and Material Handling Systems?
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater C Sponsor KPI Integrated Solutions

ProMat provides visitors a chance to see how material handling equipment, technologies and software solve real world order fulfillment, logistics and manufacturing problems. Today we are seeing an unprecedented shortage of labor and need for space. There are multiple systems that can enable drastic reductions ...

11) WMS Systems: Drive efficiencies, reduce costs and improve service levels
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater E Sponsor Twin Oaks Technology

Learn how to leverage a WMS implementation to address the challenges facing most operations in today’s environment. A first-hand case study presentation from a highly successful WMS implementation that resulted in a 30% improvement in labor efficiency, increased lines picked per hour by over 90%, reduced ...

12) Yard Management: The Apex of Distribution & Transportation Unification
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater F Sponsor Manhattan Associates, Inc.

Unifying supply chain execution systems, like warehouse and transportation management, eliminates the “no man’s land” that exists between these critical functions, transforming what are often supply chain silos into a unified supply chain platform. While yard management can sometimes be a secondary ...

13) CSS (Conveyor and Sortation Systems) of MHI presents: Adoption of Automated Conveyance and Sortation Systems
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater G Sponsor MHI

Today’s warehouses are changing to become more agile, more scalable and more adaptable to the shifting trends of consumer demand. This impacts the conveyor and sortation systems in many ways but one consistent theme is the addition of automation and information solutions that enable these outcomes. ...

14) How SAFETY can help solve your hiring and retention problems
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Tuesday, March 21
Location Theater I Sponsor Boplan USA Inc.

The health safety and wellbeing of associates while in the workplace. The conference will cover the physical safety, the confidence in safety measures, and the adherence to administrative and engineered controls.

15) Picking may be the star, but it’s time to put upstream processes into the spotlight
Starts 10:30 AM Ends 11:15 AM Date Wednesday, March 22
Location Emerging Technologies & Sustainability Theater Sponsor DLN Integrated Systems, Inc.

When it comes to designing a facility or system upgrade, order picking takes center stage. The technology and solutions are usually designed around picking operations. While there is no doubt that picking is key - due to the labor involved and direct impact over order efficiency - a common mistake is ...

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