Improving Your Manufacturing Operations Using Warehouse Automation

| June 27, 2019

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Today’s guest blog is written by Ian Todd, Director of Automated Parking Systems for Westfalia Technologies, Inc. Ian is an expert on warehouse automation, and shares his insights on how you need to get started in thinking about technology and robotics in your warehouse or manufacturing operation. Sandwiched between warehouse and distribution center, manufacturing is where the value gets added. It’s where raw materials and components are turned into finished products that consumers will buy.

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