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Some Benefits of an Automated Storage and Retrieval System:

  • Safe Handling
  • Easy Access
  • Fast Retrieval
  • Small Footprint
  • Maximum Storage

Our highly versatile line of carousels can store rolled products such as carpet, vinyl, and various fabrics /textile as well as spooled products like wire and cable. In addition, we have machines for storing printing cylinders, tires, garments, hardware, and manufacturing items.

Our Automated Storage Vertical Storage Carousel Systems:

  • are ideal for storing and managing small parts or documents
  • conserve revenue-generating floor space for other uses
  • allow efficient retrieval of small items and documents
  • eliminate the need for cumbersome racks and filing cabinet
  • are ideal for storing and managing large and heavy inventory
Automated Storage
automotive storage Tire Storage Systems

Tire Storage Systems delivers tires directly to the operator eliminating the need for otherwise hazardous retrieval techniques such as ladders and forklifts. Additional benefits are realized from ergonomic access points resulting in a reduction in employee back strain and a reduced physical requirement to handle heavy and bulky tires.

Vertical Storage Carousels

The Vertical Storage Carousel units feature integrated inventory management software for increased levels of productivity and inventory control. Our vertical storage carousels are equipped with a robust four-point suspension system with telescoping drawers that ride on triple bearings for greater reliability.

Evidence Storage Locker System is an automated storage and retrieval system that provides the perfect solution for secure evidence storage, and documented Chain of Custody requirements for Law Enforcement Agencies. The Locker makes use of wasted vertical space to allow a larger number of storage lockers in a narrower footprint.

The Motorized Wire Spool Vertical Carousel is designed to store, retrieve, and dispense various ranges of wire, cable, rope, chain, and other spooled products. The materials stored efficiently utilizes overhead storage space in reels or spools that rotate up and down to deliver spools to the user quickly.

Automated Storage Past Projects

Automotive Storage Past Project Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk is a global healthcare company with 89 years of innovation and leadership in diabetes care. The company also has leading positions within haemophilia care, growth hormone therapy and hormone replacement therapy. Novo Nordisk is world’s largest producer of insulin. 

L3 Communications

The Vertical Carousel moved for L3 Communications has 16 carriers with intermediate levels and an adjustable posting board. An existing customer, L3 had to relocate the unit for their High Voltage Business Unit across their Salt Lake City campus.

The latest trends in automated storage in 2023

The last few years have seen a dramatic increase in the development and adoption of automated storage solutions, and that trend is expected to continue to grow over the next few years. By 2023, automation is projected to dominate the storage industry, with automated storage solutions playing a major role in how businesses store, manage, and access their data.

One of the biggest trends in automated storage that is expected to take off in 2023 is the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to better optimize storage infrastructure.

AI and ML algorithms are already being used today to analyze storage patterns, identify resource bottlenecks, and recommend solutions that can help organizations reduce costs and increase performance. By 2023, these algorithms will be much more sophisticated, allowing storage administrators to make more informed decisions about their infrastructure and improve their overall storage efficiency.

Another key trend in automated storage for 2023 is the widespread use of cloud-based solutions.

Solutions such as Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure are already making substantial headway into organizations of all sizes, and by 2023, more organizations will begin leveraging cloud-based storage solutions to gain more control over their data. Cloud-based solutions can help organizations reduce their overall storage costs while also streamlining their IT operations. They can also provide advanced scalability and allow organizations to quickly adapt to changing needs or spikes in demand.

Another major trend that is expected to take off in 2023 is the use of blockchain technology.

Blockchain technology provides an extremely secure way to store and manage data, making it an attractive option for organizations that are looking to keep their data secure and private. By 2023, organizations will be leveraging blockchain technology to better protect their data, while also taking advantage of its distributed computing capabilities to improve the scalability and flexibility of their storage infrastructure.

Finally, organizations are expected to expand their use of hybrid storage solutions to better meet their evolving needs in 2023.

Hybrid storage solutions combine the best of on-premises and cloud-based storage to provide organizations with more choice and control. For example, hybrid solutions can provide organizations with reliable access to data stored in the cloud, while also allowing them to leverage the resource-efficiency and scalability of on-premises infrastructure. By 2023, hybrid storage solutions will give organizations even more options for setting up, managing, and maintaining their data storage infrastructure.

In summary, automated storage solutions are expected to take a central role in the storage industry by 2023. Trends such as the increased use of AI and ML algorithms, the rise of cloud-based solutions, the adoption of blockchain-based systems, and the expansion of hybrid storage solutions, will all combine to improve the scalability, resource-efficiency, and overall flexibility of organizations’ storage infrastructures.