MHS demonstrates robotic singulation solution
MHS showcases its robotic singulation solution at ProMat, designed to address growing e-commerce order volumes and labor challenges facing distribution centers.
(Mt. Washington, Ky.) Aug. 01, 2019 – MHS (www.mhsglobal.com) announces the availability of its VanRiet HC sorter in North America, adding an industry leading sliding shoe sorter to its domestic, in-house product offering. The HC sorter strikes the balance of high throughput and gentle handling ideal for demanding parcel, e-commerce and retail distribution operations, backed by responsive, local support from MHS.
“This product offering is a prime example of the combined strength of MHS Global companies in action,” says Rush Fullerton, senior vice president, business development, MHS. “Our North American customers get access to industry leading VanRiet sortation technology, with the comprehensive local systems engineering and integration support they’ve come to trust from MHS.”
The HC sorter has a modular design and is equipped with single- or double-sided shoes, offering easy scalability and configuration to match each customer’s unique requirements. It offers the fastest speed of any closed-deck sliding shoe sorter, at 9.8 feet per second, and can handle products weighing anywhere from 0.55 to over 110 pounds. A 15-inch panel with touchscreen and wireless connectivity enables simple system status checks, while maintenance-friendly features allow locally trained staff to handle most service functions.
As supply chains expand their use of various packaging types to minimize shipping costs, the HC sorter is well-suited to handle everything from bubble mailers and polybags to large corrugate cases, due to its narrow slats and a fully-closed sorter deck design. This helps prevent products from getting stuck and damaged, while limiting the amount of dust and debris that can enter the sorter.
To view an image of the HC sorter, click here.
# # #
Founded in 1999, MHS Global is a full-service provider of innovative material handling systems that solve the challenges of distribution and fulfillment operations. We take a comprehensive, customer-centric approach that includes custom engineering, design, manufacturing and turnkey integration services. Our quality solutions leverage a broad range of controls and automated equipment, including but not limited to sorters, conveyors, extendable loading and unloading systems. We provide complete, responsive support to maintain systems for peak performance, with predictive analytics and local technicians to maximize long-term value and return on investment.
MHS has a global installed base of over $5 billion for small to large distribution and fulfillment projects in a variety of industries, including e-commerce, parcel, third party logistics and outside integrators.
Dan Gauss, Koroberi
Lauren Pedley, MHS