Space saving intralogistics solutions on show at Foodex.

18 March, 16

UK-based materials handling technology specialist, Narrow Aisle Ltd, will highlight its extensive range of intralogistics solutions when it exhibits alongside other logistics and supply chain specialists on the UKWA Pavilion at this year’s Foodex (NEC, April 18-20).

Of particular interest to food manufacturers and distributors will be the FlexiPiCK – a layer quantity customer order picking system that typically allows over 1100 cases per hour to be mechanically picked by one operator.

The FlexiPiCK allows users to take advantage of the increasingly popular layer quantity order picking concept pioneered in the USA – but without the need to invest in high fixed cost guided or automated handling technology that previous layer picking systems have relied upon.

The Flexi StorMAX system, yet another new concept in space saving storage solutions from Narrow Aisle, will also be demonstrated.

The StorMAX is a warehouse management system-based (WMS) storage solution that, in comparison with storage systems served by conventional reach trucks, allows an amazing 50 per cent more pallet locations to be achieved within the dimensions of a store.

A company synonymous with high quality, ultra-efficient products, Narrow Aisle has earned a reputation for exceptional product reliability and customer service across the world and visitors to Foodex can find out more by making their way to stand L310.

www.flexi.co.uk

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