Matthews Automation Solutions MODEX Booth Report
Pyramid, Lightning Pick, Holjeron and Matthews Marking Systems present material handling automation and order fulfillment solutions in Atlanta
CONFERENCE COVERAGE: MODEX 2014
By DC Velocity Staff
March 18, 2014
The five members of the Matthews Marking and Fulfillment Systems Division of Germantown, Wis.-based Matthew Brand Solutions today presented a series of integrated order-fulfillment technologies and solutions at the Modex 2014 show in Atlanta.
The solutions work both independently and in conjunction with other systems and equipment to streamline order fulfillment and inventory, according to Matthews.
The five members are:
- Holjeron, which introduced a family of controllers for use with 24-volt, brushless, direct-current motors up to six amps,
- IPTI, which debuted a zoneless, scan-free, box-to-picker order fulfillment system that the company said is ideal for direct-to-consumer and e-commerce picking operations;
- Lightning Pick, which rolled out three order fulfillment products, including a series of mobile picking carts and an open-channel pick-to-light module;
- Matthews Marking Systems, which introduced two high-powered ink-jet printers; and
- Pyramid Controls, which offers software to optimize the management and control of distribution systems.
“It’s not enough anymore to just get the right item in the right box and out the door at the right time,” said Paul Jensen, division president of Matthews Marking and Fulfillment Systems. “Our solutions support companies looking to build and strengthen the relationship their customers have with their brand.”