The seminar on ‘The Convergence of Warehouse Execution Systems (WES) and Automation will be led by Randy Marble, VP of Software Strategy and Chris Capshaw, Sr. Vice President Solutions. The seminar will define the concept of WES, and how companies use a combination of many systems to solve their traditional and Omni-Channel distribution requirements. The focus will be on the importance of developing an overall strategy to leverage WES, and how linking modern technologies into WES such as SCADA, Robotics, etc. can solve supply chain challenges with solutions providing the greatest ROI and highest efficiencies possible.
ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill (March 30, 2017) - Wynright, a wholly owned subsidiary of Daifuku North America Holding Company, will be hosting two educational seminars at the upcoming ProMat show from April 3-6, 2017 at Chicagos McCormick Place.
Talking about the seminar, Randy Marble explains "We want the seminar to teach people that it takes several disparate technologies and software programs to make up the ultimate solution for any given circumstance. There is no one-stop shop for a complex distribution situation".
The second seminar is entitled ‘Extend the Life of Your Aging Material Handling Assets and will look at how implementing an engineering-based support and modernization approach can maximize savings and reduce risks where aging equipment is involved. Much of the equipment installed in warehouses and distributions centers through the 1990s and 2000s is beginning to show age and approach End-of-Life (EOL) or End-of-Service (EOS). In many warehouses, downtime is increasing and cost pressures are driving warehouse managers to try to squeeze maximum performance from existing and aging assets. This strategy may deliver short term cost savings, but increases the risk to sustainable success.
Wynrights John Leonard, Director, Client Asset Modernization, and John Dillon, Senior VP Client Care, will explain the reasons why it is necessary to invest in existing assets and what options to consider when upgrading them to maximize savings and reduce risks.
Daifuku North America will be exhibiting their Solutions and Technologies in Booth S2603. The WES seminar will be held on Monday, April 3, and the Assets seminar on Tuesday, April 4, both starting at 10:30am in Theatre E. For more information, visit: http://www.promatshow.com/education/seminars.aspx?ref=a
About Wynright Corporation:
Wynright Corporation, a subsidiary of Daifuku North America Holding Company, is a leading provider of intelligent material handling systems. The company designs, manufactures, integrates and installs a full spectrum of intralogistics solutions, offering both Wynright-branded and third-party equipment to meet client needs. These include leading-edge conveyor and sortation systems, voice- and light-directed order fulfillment equipment, a suite of warehouse controls & execution software, robotics, Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS), mezzanines, and structures, all backed by critical round-the-clock service and support.
Since its founding in 1972, Wynright has been a trusted partner to some of the worlds largest and fastest-growing companies, showing them how to use their space more efficiently to deliver improved productivity, today and tomorrow.
About Daifuku North America Holding Company:
Daifuku North America Holding Company is based in Farmington Hills, Michigan, with sales and manufacturing locations throughout the continent. It is comprised of Daifuku America Corporation, Jervis B. Webb Company, Elite Line Services, Inc. (ELS), Logan Teleflex, and Wynright Corporation and is a global leader in the design, engineering, manufacturing, installation and service of innovative material handling technology such as automatic guided vehicles (AGVs), automated storage and retrieval systems (AS/RS), conveyors, baggage handling systems,, cleanroom systems and airport maintenance services. Daifuku North America specializes in integrated systems used in the automotive, airport, semiconductor, LCD equipment, food/beverage, warehousing and manufacturing industries.