Wanzl at IntraLogisteX 2016 Stand 214

Wanzl attends the IntraLogisteX exhibition for the first time occupying stand 214 to promote innovative solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of the UK warehousing, storage and materials handling industries.

Best-known as an established partner to some of the largest brands in the world, Wanzl has steadily expanded its Logistics & Industry offer and is today recognised as a leading provider of a wide range of volume and bepoke equipment solutions to modern warehousing and distribution operations.

Wanzl’s attractive product range within this sector includes:
–    A Pick and Pack picking frame for filling straight from the rack into the delivery package
–    The latest variants of industry proven KT3 and KT4 Drive order picking trolleys
–    Specialised order picking trolleys developed to suit high volume online sales warehouses – featuring two units which can be used together for ultimate efficiency all with demountable tablet technology
–    Compact roll containers designed and developed to meet the limited space requirements of convenience store formats
–    New plastic components which provide quieter, lighter operation along with colour options which ensure higher levels of unit security

Head of Logistics and Industry for Wanzl UK, Jason Dyche, says IntraLogisteX will showcase ‘much of the innovation, flexibility and scope which has established Wanzl as a force within the industry and helped achieve substantial gains in market share and record sales.”

“Ground-breaking product development and our commitment to service beyond the expected standards have differentiated Wanzl in a highly competitive market.”

A notable area of growth for Wanzl had been in the supply of ‘bespoke’ roll cages for the convenience retail sector. “Almost all major retailers continue to invest in smaller store formats, driving the requirement for more compact materials handling solutions which can deliver directly into the store. Working with our customers and the Wanzl Research & Development Team, we have developed a variety of units to meet this need which we anticipate will continue to grow over the next few years.”