Does your order fulfillment operation use an aging Buschman conveyor? Here we discuss the common repairs, spare parts, and upgrades you should know.
Author: Bryan Gionet
If your sorter is more than 10 years old, your order profile has changed, or your sorter isn’t operating the way it used to, it may be time to conduct an audit.
If you’ve got a UniSort high-speed sliding shoe sorter in your operation, you’re not alone: Afterall, it’s a popular piece of machinery in the order fulfillment industry.
If your order fulfillment operation makes use of an Accuglide Accumulation Conveyor, for product accumulation, there is a pretty good chance that it’s an older piece of equipment. These are the workhorses in many warehouses and DCs, capable of lasting for decades under ideal circumstances.
Many warehouses, DCs, and order fulfillment operations rely on an Accuglide Accumulation Conveyor, and for good reason: It’s a great piece of technology that does its job well. In addition to controlling product flow and optimizing throughput, the Accuglide can help mitigate product damage, reducing both inventory and labor costs and driving profits.
Trying to decide which spare parts your order fulfillment operation needs to have on hand? These considerations will help you prioritize which parts to stock.
A sorter rebuild may be necessary if your sorter is more than 10 years old, is experiencing more errors and downtime, or just isn’t running like it used to.
With some simple planning, you can turn your visit to ProMat 2019 into a great and valuable experience for yourself and your company.
Building a new warehouse or DC takes a lot of work, and has a lot of phases. But the final phase—life cycle support—is the longest phase of all.
Are you thinking about attending ProMat 2017? Here are all of the reasons that attending the show could be worth your while.