To cope with the tremendous pressure that is being posed by the current pandemic-stricken economic climate, companies are researching and developing new material handling solutions to shore up their operations. The material handling manufacturers are investing in technology and systems designed to facilitate complete supply chain visibility and expedite the adjoining processes. With the incorporation of advanced control systems that provide an interface between material handling equipment and upper-level software applications, the exchange of information and data between components, such as conveyor or sorter and data-rich software, have become seamless.
The accurate flow of information for processing and handling systems, on both the factory and warehouse floors, have also improved transparency and enhanced productivity levels. Moreover, these technologies have also compensated for the shortage of labour that the warehouses are facing. Warehouse leaders are also migrating to Android-based mobile computing devices to handle the overwhelming records of data, improve data security, and even facilitate smooth workflow.
In this age, optimising the performance of the basic operations is not sufficient to generate the cost-reduction and quality enhancement required to gain a competitive edge in the market. An increasing number of organisations are seeking robust systems that can support both external and internal connectivity, thus facilitating greater visibility and efficiency throughout the supply chain. Also, the seamless exchange of data with systems such as WMS is enabling customers to easily gain access to the status of their products in real-time. In light of such innovations underway, companies must incorporate the latest material handling technology.
In order to assist organisations in the task of finding accomplished material handling solution providers, we have compiled this issue of Logistics Tech Outlook. In this edition, we have listed the top 10 material handling system technology companies in Europe to highlight the providers that can escalate the chances of your growth. Equipped with innovative technological capabilities, these technology providers are set to transform the efficiency of material handling aspects. This edition also blends through thought leadership from subject matter experts, CIOs, and CXOs, with real-life stories on how the solution providers have enhanced the capabilities of their clients. We hope this issue of Logistics Tech Outlook helps you build the partnership you and your organisation need, to foster a workspace driven by robust and efficient technology.
We present to you Logistics Tech Outlook’s “Top 10 Material Handling System Technology Companies in Europe – 2020.”