Westfalia Technologies to Co-Present Two Seminars and Highlight Automated Warehouse Solutions at MODEX 2018
Logistics solutions leader will showcase its warehouse automation technology at booth #947 and host two seminars during supply chain trade show
York, Pa. – February 23, 2018 – Westfalia Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of logistics solutions for manufacturers and distributors since 1992, announces it will co-present two seminars, “Overcome the Order Fulfillment Burden with Warehouse Execution Systems” and “Automating the Fulfillment of America's Favorite Rolls,” at MODEX 2018. Westfalia will also highlight its automation solutions along with its Savanna.NET® Warehouse Execution System with FireFly fault recovery visualization at the conference, which will take place April 9-12, 2018 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.
During MODEX 2017, Westfalia will offer the following:
- At booth #B947: Westfalia will showcase its automation solutions along with its Savanna.NET® Warehouse Execution System with FireFly fault recovery visualization.
- “Overcome the Order Fulfillment Burden with Warehouse Execution Systems”: The first seminar will take place on Wednesday, April 11 from 11:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. (EST) in Theatre H. Co-presented by Dave Williams, vice president of software, Westfalia and Matt Schaub, shipping and receiving manager, Sargento Foods, Inc., this seminar will focus on the challenges companies face with the order fulfillment process and the tools available to combat these challenges.
- “Automating the Fulfillment of America's Favorite Rolls”: The second seminar will take place on Wednesday, April 11 from 12 – 12:45 p.m. (EST) in Theatre C. Co-presented by Derek Rickard, distribution systems manager, Cimcorp Automation Ltd.; Aaron Corcoran, account executive, Westalia; and Steve Mitchell, engineering manager, Martin’s Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc., this seminar will give insight on how a combination of robotic materials handling and high-density storage and retrieval enables rapid order picking and inventory replenishment.
Dan Labell, president, Westfalia Technologies, said, “Order fulfillment is becoming a more complex process than ever before and customers demand and expect more from their warehouse and distribution centers. Our seminars at MODEX this year will help to identify complexities within order fulfillment processes and how to fix them as well as highlight ways integration with robotics and automation can help to reduce or eliminate inefficiencies in warehouse processes.”
For more information about Westfalia’s participation in Modex, visit: https://www.modexshow.com/listing.aspx?ref=exhibitors&id=44077