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Trilogiq USA New Integrated Production System GRAPHIT Meets Market Demand

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Livonia, MI, April 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Trilogiq USA addressed the top material handling challenges in distribution centers. One of the top challenges for logistics is material flow. Smooth,...

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Trilogiq USA New Integrated Production System GRAPHIT Meets Market Demand

Apr 2 2014, 6:16am CDT | by

Livonia, MI, April 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Trilogiq USA addressed the top material handling challenges in distribution centers. One of the top challenges for logistics is material flow. Smooth, planned material flow is the heart of an efficient production process. According to Tim Floyd, National Sales Director for Trilogiq USA, “Material handling improvements are one of the easiest and quickest paths to start seeing positive changes in your production and manufacturing operations.” The measure of work is material handling flow which includes volume, weight, or count per unit of time multiplied by the distance moved. Unit loads shall be appropriately sized and configured in a way which achieves the material flow and inventory objectives at each stage in the supply chain.

Trilogiq USA introduced a new integrated production system called GRAPHIT®. The new product line includes VeryGrip, MonoBlok, InstantMatch, and SoftAdjust. The completely reusable tubes and ease of assembly meets the market demand for Ergonomic material handling solutions. To access the GRAPHIT Guide, go to: http://cta-redirect.hubspot.com/cta/redirect/158144/f98e9d2f-7592-441d-8176-f9261d80afcd. GRAPHIT is a tubular system which does away with the need for drilling or tapping used with steel systems. GRAPHIT is the first fully reusable system, leaving no physical trace or mark, either on the joint or tube when it is disassembled.

Trilogiq USA is a full service provider of holistic material handling solutions including in-house engineering capabilities, proprietary products, purchased products, as well as custom designed solutions. The company delivers engineered to order material handling applications to the manufacturing industry. While the company specialty is turnkey projects taken from design to delivery, experience ranges from large turnkey projects to specific, single application development, and any specialty projects.

Trilogiq USA (www.trilogiqusa.com) was founded in 2000 to provide material handling solutions to manufacturing organizations, with an initial focus on the automotive industry. Trilogiq USA was a pioneer in identifying automotive industry manufacturing successes and adapting solutions to other industries including aerospace, electronics, appliances, and logistics. Working in all production and manufacturing industry sectors including distribution and warehousing, has made Trilogiq USA the first full-service implementer of best-practice production process improvement solutions.

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