Several projects we've completed for clients have been featured on the pages of the Modern Material Handling Casebook.
Each one had its own unique situation, and AS/R Systems has become an expert in customizing solutions to provide our clients with
long-term reductions in capital expenditures, while significantly improving efficiency, safety and performance of distribution centers.
Here are a few examples of projects we've completed. Please contact us for further details, or to find out how AS/R Systems can help your company achieve its goals.
In early 2018, Pet Science, an Ontario-based pet products and prescription distributor, encountered serious pick/processing and plant capacity issues. As a result, James Tolley, along with his operations team, had been studying how to increase capacity for several months.Read More
In July 2017, Julie Pero, director of plant engineering at Meggitt Aircraft Systems, commissioned an audit of plant and capacity for their Danville, Ky., plant. The audit began with a survey of operations. This included a walk through the facility with Meggitt staff to confirm accuracy of the layout.Read More
Revitalizing distribution with better materials handling doesn't always require installing new equipment or building a new warehouse. Putting in rebuilt storage systems and using space more efficiently are among the techniques that can go a long way toward running an existing warehouse like a brand new, more modern one.Read More
Sometimes the warehouse comes as a bit of an afterthought. That's exactly what happened when British measurement firm, Renishaw, was looking to erect a new U.S. headquarters building and adjacent warehouse in Illinois.Read More
Recently, an Ottawa Ontario healthcare facility recognized potential defficiencies in its supply chain. With a mix of warehouse automation, integration and streamlined material flow, the facility increased the speed and accuracy of material deliveries to medical staff.Read More
Green Supply is a Missouri-based distributor of hunting, fishing and outdoors goods. Following a large bump in online and other direct ship orders through the late 2000's, the company struggled to handle additional SKUs.Read More
You can derive significant competitive advantages by operating a distributed order management (DOM) network that links two or more DCs into a single, integrated platform for warehouse management systems (WMS), transportation management systems (TMS) or labor management systems (LMS).Read More
To resolve a three-point mandate from senior management, reduce the size of its 400,000 sq. ft. Vaughn Ont.-based distribution center by 180,000 sq. ft.; increase its order-picking performance; and decrease operating costs --- Noble, a regional distributor of HVAC, plumbing, electrical and pipe materials, created a cross team group of specialists.Read More