Accuracy + Speed = Pick-to-Light

Trunk, Christopher
August 2002
Material Handling Management;Aug2002, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p33
Considers the pick-to-light system for small parts picking applications in the supply chain sector. Benefits of pick-to-light systems; Advantages of the Watch-Me zoneless picking system from Innovative Picking Technologies; Comments from Jim Neuner, vice president of sales for Eskay Corporation; Key to improved productivity using pick-to-light systems. INSETS: Working with the PickDirector Pick-to-Light;Determining Sweet Spots for Pick-to-Light.


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