From a pool of more than 100 submissions for the 2019 MHI Innovation Awards, judges comprised of professionals from the material handling and supply chain industry selected the winners in each of the three categories. The winners, who were announced during Industry Night at ProMat, are:Best Innovation of an Existing Product
—RightHand Robotics: RightPick, The Piece Picking SolutionBest IT Innovation
—KNAPP, Inc.: redPILOTBest New Innovation
—CMC srl: Pick2Pack
For summaries and descriptions of the submissions and a list of the finalists, click here
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Supply Chain Management Review—Most studies of why drivers might deviate from their routes have been based on stated preferences. This research project studied the extent to which delivery crews deviate from the planned stop sequence of their routes. Additionally, these researchers—who are students at MIT—analyzed what drives these deviations and the economic implications.
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Food Engineering—Automated storage and retrieval systems are solidifying their value in refrigerated and deep-freeze warehouses, especially due to the ever widening array of new SKUs, which places an ever-increasing demand on cold storage facilities.
Supply Chain Digest—Developed under a program called Project Starship, the new truck concept uses a range of technologies to get maximum efficiency with reduced emissions. Solar panels on the trailer roof are just one example of the integrated system used on this truck.
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ThomasNet—Consumer demand for socially and environmentally responsible products, in combination with shifting governmental regulations, is expected to result in a decline in bottled water sales this year. In response, major players in the world of bottled water are quickly seeking eco-friendlier alternatives that better align with consumer values.