Wixom, MI, September 28, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The session will focus on how best practices and technologies can be implemented to save organizations labor and space while increasing their customer satisfaction and bottom line.
“One of the largest problems we see is organizations allocating resources on picking the fast movers and then expecting packaging to ‘just get it done’ without the proper resources, planning and tools. This is inefficient and can really impact an organizations customer service and future sales, not to mention profitability,” says the presenter, Ed Romaine, CMO-VP Marketing at Integrated Systems Design - ISD.
“One of the largest mistakes is treating all pack stations equally. Odds are, orders and inventory have different qualities and requirements, and why wouldn’t you design pack stations to accommodate them rather than design them to the common denominator? With simple intelligent conveyor routing, pack stations can be designed to handle fragile, unique physical dimensions, order sizes that may require different packaging or delivery requirements. This becomes incredibly efficient, saving an organization labor and floor space,” Romaine continued.
This educational session will be part of the Parcel & Distribution Forum being held in Chicago on October 7-9, 2013. For more information on this seminar, pack station solutions, white papers or receiving a copy of this presentation please feel free to contact Ed Romaine at email@example.com.
Integrated Systems Design - ISD is a leading manufacturer, systems consultant, designer and integrator for warehouse, manufacturing, distribution, wholesale, life sciences, institutions and retail organizations in North America. ISD systems are renowned for their tremendous value, reliability and ease of maintenance. Systems are designed using technologies from the leading material handling manufacturers of the world.
Solutions designed by ISD focus on providing space savings, increased productivity, reduced labor, higher accuracy and system flexibility to change as an operation's activities change in the future. Utilizing proven technology and off the shelf components helps provide cost effective solutions requiring minimum maintenance and yielding fast Return on Investments (ROI).
ISD expertise ranges from handling and picking pieces (eaches), cases, pallets, build lines, and special or custom handling solutions. Products and services include: automatic storage and retrieval (ASRS), conveyor, robotics, batch stations, automatic inserters and printers, pick to light, A-frames, horizontal and vertical carousels, vertical lift modules (VLMs), controls, software (including inventory management, WCS, WMS, MES and ERP), application and facility consulting and design, AutoCAD, system simulation, moves, installation and service.
For more information on ISD (Integrated Systems Design), call 248-668-8250 or visit the ISD web site at www.ISDDD.com/
CMO VP Marketing