MHS showcases comprehensive sortation offering for distribution centers at ProMat 2019
MHS highlights its broad lineup of sortation technologies, designed to address package variety, space constraints and throughput demands of operations.
(Chicago, IL) April 10, 2019 – As supply chains become increasingly complex and e-commerce driven, distribution centers need the right sortation technology to keep finely tuned processes moving and products flowing. At ProMat 2019 in Chicago, MHS (www.mhsglobal.com) showcases its broad lineup of sortation technologies at booth #N5439, designed to address the package variety, space constraints and throughput demands of operations large and small.
Recent acquisitions of VanRiet and OCM have bolstered the MHS sortation offering to include sliding shoe, tilt-tray, cross-belt, swivel wheel, vertical sorters and more. The company maintains control of all aspects of sortation projects in-house, from design, engineering and installation to controls, manufacturing and ongoing maintenance to provide expedited project timelines and high-quality systems that optimize product flow.
“ProMat is the perfect opportunity for attendees to get familiar with not only the technology MHS has to offer, but our overall approach to delivering successful sortation projects,” says Rush Fullerton, senior vice president, business development, MHS. “The total package of integration expertise and industry experience is key to providing solutions that optimize product flow in the context of supporting systems and meet overall business goals.”
MHS leverages advanced scanning, 3D modeling and simulation to guide the design of greenfield and brownfield projects alike. This enables designs based on the most thorough information available, precision engineered for incident-free, on-time installation.
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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.
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