Dematic displays technology to address Food & Beverage sector trends

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Dematic - the global leading provider of intelligent automated logistics solutions, will be highlighting technologies that address the latest trends in the Food and Beverage sector at the Food & Drink Logistics Show, being held on 21-24 March 2010, at the NEC Birmingham, Stand Y031

On its stand Dematic will be explaining how these technologies can maximise productivity and reduce labour costs yet deliver maximum accuracy in a sector where customers are seeking smaller, more frequent orders. It will also be showing how this can be done effectively during a time of rising energy costs, increasingly strict ergonomic and safety challenges and, furthermore, when the need for flexibility to address changing business and supply chain requirements has never been greater.

These will include Dematics ultra-high performance, high-rate pick stations for building multi-SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) case orders; robotic palletising systems for assembling single-SKU layer and multi-SKU pallet orders, as well as the companys robust pallet and case conveyors. Dematic will also be showing voice-enabled technology, which can deliver significant benefits in applications such as order picking.

Dematic will also be presenting at the shows Seminar Theatre on Tuesday 23 March, at 11am. Steve Baker, head of Dematics Global Industry Solutions Team , one of the most respected practitioners in the logistics automation industry, will discuss the current trends in the sector and how a new breed of order assembly solutions for building multi-SKU case and pallet orders can address them, with increased productivity by up to 400%. Steve will explain how leading companies around the world are implementing these solutions to address their latest challenges and achieve a competitive edge.

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