Concepts to Consider when Designing a Pick Module

Source: FoodProcessing.com

Feb 02, 2010

A seminar focusing on choosing, designing, and implementing an order picking module is being sponsored by TriFactor (www.trifactor.com) a provider of integrated material handling systems.
 
The seminar presenter is Richard Gillespie, Senior Project Engineer at TriFactor, who has 14 years experience in designing and implementing automated material handling systems for warehouses and distribution centers.
 
The seminar will be held at two locations; Wednesday, March 3 at the Radisson Hotel, 4700 Salisbury Road in Jacksonville, FL, and Wednesday, March 10 at the TriFactor Learning Center, 2401 Drane Field Road in Lakeland.  The program runs from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. A continental breakfast precedes the seminar, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
 
Companies looking to redesign their current picking method or implement a more efficient picking system to their operation can benefit from the seminar, "Concepts to Consider when Designing a Pick Module."
 
Topics covered include classifying order picking needs, advanced picking methods, pick module technology, and more. The seminar will benefit anyone who plays a role in the decision making process, including presidents and CEOs, VPs of operations and engineering, and warehouse/distribution managers for the design and operation of their distribution center.
 
There is no fee for the seminar but reservations are requested. To reserve a spot please call 800-282-8468, or visit www.trifactor.com/Seminar-Information-and-Sign-Up

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