Invar supports Tomorrow’s Warehouse 2024

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Businesses looking to transform operational performance in the warehouse should not be limited in their choices. 

Visitors to this year’s Tomorrow’s Warehouse Conference & Exhibition – 20th June 2024, CBS Arena, Coventry – will be free to explore the full range of technologies and options available to them by talking with Invar Group, one of the industry’s leading independent integrators of advanced warehouse automation. 

Being independent, Invar Group is able to offer an unbiased approach to finding the optimum solution. And as Invar has the in-house expertise to provide clients with the software, integration and controls elements of a project, the business can efficiently bring together best-of-breed technologies in a seamless solution.

Openness and collaboration are essential in bringing innovation to life. As a stand-alone business within the Wincanton Group, Invar embraces ‘Open Innovation’. Speaking at the conference on ‘The Power of Collaboration’ will be Claire Charlton, head of Wincanton’s W2 Innovation Programme. “Open Innovation is not just a buzz phrase – it’s a strategic approach to solving complex problems and creating value through collaboration with external partners,” says Charlton. She will be sharing insights from the programme’s journey, since its foundation in 2017, revealing highlights from the latest start-ups that have entered the W2 Lab’s accelerator programme. Join her enlightening session, starting at 14:20.

Craig Whitehouse, Managing Director of Invar Group, says: “Deciding when to automate your warehouse is a critical decision that can impact your business goals and needs. Our experts will be available to discuss the factors to consider when looking to automate and how to ensure a seamless integration.” 

He adds, “New, agile systems such as AMRs combined with intelligent software and pick-to-light technology can boost order picking performance from under 100 units per hour using traditional methods, to up to 600 picks per hour. As independent integrators we are free to specify and supply the most appropriate and cost-effective technology for the task – and attending Tomorrow’s Warehouse 2024 presents us with a fantastic opportunity to engage with businesses, to explore what’s possible.”

Invar Group, headquartered in Cranfield UK, is focused on delivering complete turnkey warehouse automation solutions using advanced technologies such as industrial robotics, AMR goods-to-person solutions, pick-to-light technology, sortation systems, as well as conventional warehouse automation. The Group comprises: Invar Systems, a developer of warehouse control and management systems; Invar Integration, a front runner in solutions design, hardware integration and project management; and Invar Controls, specialists in the design, implementation and maintenance of PLC software and hardware. 

Invar Group has supplied systems to many of the world’s leading brands, such as: ERIKS, SuperDry, and Pets at Home.

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