Red Ledge to launch automated manufacturing & logistics systems with 250% performance boost at Robotics and Automation 2017
–Red Ledge, Böwe Systec and Stockrail International partnership unifies intelligent, integrated production and WMS control with state-of-the-art materials handling, advanced sortation and labelling
–Partnership to publicly launch ‘Red Ledge Automated Manufacturing & Logistics’ systems at Robotics and Automation show
–“Our advanced control and integration set a new performance benchmark for supply chain systems, speeding business processes, improving customer service and cutting costs” says Red Ledge director Alan Wilcockson
Intelligent manufacturing and logistics systems control specialist Red Ledge has joined forces with advanced sortation company Böwe Systec and Stockrail International which has a 30-year materials handling track record, to launch a series of fully integrated and automated supply chain systems that improve user performance by an average 250%, based on early reports from manufacturing and logistics industry users say Red Ledge. The partnership will publicly launch its new family of ‘Red Ledge Automated Manufacturing & Logistics’ systems at the Robotics and Automation Exhibition (Stand 220, Arena MK, Milton Keynes 11-12 October).
Red Ledge systems use RFID and other forms of intelligence to optimise control of fully integrated production, WMS, advanced sortation and speed-labelling systems, increasing throughput. Red Ledge, Böwe Systec and Stockrail International are joining forces to deliver systems for which early users report average productivity increases of 250%. Improvements of up to 700% have been reported by users moving from zero to full automation.
“Our advanced control and integration set a new performance benchmark for supply chain systems, speeding business processes, improving customer service and cutting costs” says Red Ledge director Alan Wilcockson.
Red Ledge (www.redledge.co.uk) is a globally recognised specialist in RFID, barcode, voice and sensor technologies for the IIoT age. The company is currently growing at 40% per annum and recently opened a new US operation.
Headquartered in West Yorkshire, UK, Red Ledge was founded in 1996 and has over 150 clients worldwide. The company is a globally recognised specialist in RFID, barcode, voice and sensor technologies and uses its unique blend of application software and engineering skills to improve business processes in commerce, industry and government.
BÖWE SYSTEC Limited, based in Maidenhead, Berkshire, is the UK subsidiary of BÖWE SYSTEC GmbH. BÖWE SYSTEC is the European leading provider of high-speed inserting, card logistics and shipping, reading technology, mail and parcel sorting, and innovative software. With around 20 subsidiaries in Europe, the USA and Japan, as well as local representatives for over 50 additional countries worldwide, BÖWE SYSTEC can meet the individual demands of each of the local markets. BÖWE SYSTEC GmbH has been a member of Possehl Group since 2010 and currently has over 12,000 employees worldwide. It generates an annual turnover of approximately 3.3 billion euros. More information is available at www.boewe-systec.com and www.possehl.de.
Stockrail International is a company which has over 30 years’ experience specialising in the design and implementation of a range of Storage and Materials handling solutions installed in over 20 countries around the world. Our dedicated and highly experience team will ensure that we will supply the most cost effective and successful solutions from a simple conveyor system through to a full turnkey multi-tier storage system.
Customer satisfaction is our goal. We believe that a successful project is a joint effort with the customer and listening to their requirements is key factor in the supply of a successful project. With every project being unique our innovative approach enables building relationships with our customers so they have the peace of mind that they are in safe hands that we will deliver a niche system to suit their operational requirements.
Please take a moment to view our website at www.stockrail.co.uk.