Big data in logistics is a reality even today. As e-commerce experiences tremendous growth, supply chains are becoming increasingly complex and data volumes continue to grow. Therefore end-to-end solutions are required that continue to optimize connectivity and transparency. But how can logistics 4.0 projects be put into practice?
If you are looking for specific solutions, visit us at one of the upcoming industry events. Find out more in the latest issue of our newsletter.
Paris, Chicago or Stuttgart? Three important industry events will take place this spring. We will be exhibiting our new solutions and products for automated data capture at SITL Paris and LogiMAT in Stuttgart. Both trade shows will take place March 14-16 and are key events for digitization and logistics.
ProMat 2017 in Chicago will also feature highlights and trends related to the supply chain. Visit us April 3-6 in Chicago and learn more about Auto-ID solutions that will help grow your business.
Digitization in logistics starts with the automated capture and processing of shipment data. For this purpose, intelligent components, which combine a variety of functions in one system to simplify processes and increase efficiency, are needed.
The new VICAM 3S is the first generation of smart line scan cameras to deliver the best read results without an additional processing unit. We invite you to learn more. Information is available at our upcoming trade shows and on our website.
VITRONIC demo system unveiled in Japan
The benefits of fully automated data capturing systems can be experienced live at VITRONIC sales partner Unitechnology. Located in Japan’s busy metropolitan region Nagoya, the technical sales team has a strong track record in providing VITRONIC industrial automation solutions for leading auto manufacturer as well as first tier supplier. By unveiling the first VIPAC demo system for automatically reading barcodes and determining volume and weight of shipments, Unitechnology broadens its portfolio by offering Auto-ID solutions and logistics services for CEP and logistics business in Japan.
Ranked as the world’s fourth largest growth markets for e-commerce, Japan offers great potential. Together with our sales partner we are looking forward to strengthen our position in this strategic market by delivering integrated solutions in key areas including automotive industry and logistics.
With over ten years of experience in the market, our successful team in Melbourne has expanded in providing traffic technology for Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia. With the naming of Ed van Berkel as Managing Director of VITRONIC Australia in January 2017, this subsidiary plans to strengthen its position and tap into new market segments.
Its initial focus will be on logistics followed by other areas in industrial automation. “I’m excited to take on my new role with VITRONIC Australia and to lead the business through the growth opportunities ahead,” explains van Berkel. “I’m also looking forward to strengthening the relationships we have with our clients and leveraging our value-creating technology solutions in the machine vision market.”