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Greg Brown President at WW Cannon Interviewed on Manufacturing Revival Radio Sponsored by Pcdata USA

Apr 29 2014, 6:12am CDT | by

East Granby, CT, April 29, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Pcdata USA sponsored Manufacturing Revival Radio, a weekly podcast about the resurgence of American manufacturing, interviewed special guest Greg Brown President at W.W. Cannon, Inc. Todd Schnick and Todd Youngblood hosts of the radio program interviewed the material handling leader. Pcdata USA hosted the show during the second day of MODEX 2014; the company is a global logistics systems leader for supply chain automation.

Brown noted, “Intelligent lifting devices would be found in the material handling world and simply they are hung from a crane of some type. When customers are looking at more precision than just up/down, one speed or more power, than what the operator can just loading something. So they are looking for precision, power, speed; they are going to turn to one of these intelligent lifting devices which is a turbo driven product. It has a computer in it and it senses the pressure the operator puts on the part and it actually picks the part up. It seems like the operator is picking the part up, but he is actually assisted by the lifting device.”

W.W. Cannon, Inc. has been the name to trust for material handling, industrial storage, packaging, and auto parts storage and service department equipment specialists. The supply chain leader offers complete material handling and industrial storage solutions, from design and project management, to install and follow-up. Not only do they have the cutting-edge material handling products to take business to the next level, they have the design experience to make sure your industrial storage project stays on schedule and on budget from start to finish.

To listen to the entire podcast, go to: http://manufacturing-revival.com/greg-brown/.

Pcdata USA pick-to-light systems are part of a lean processes, offering shorter throughput times, fewer errors, significant cost savings; additionally the result is increased customer satisfaction, a faster ability to supply products, and process transparency. Traditional picking methods are one of highest expenses when operating a warehouse. Pcdata USA lowers that cost through leading edge Pick-to-Light systems. Pcdata USA installation versus implementation products are experiencing huge growth in hundreds of business sectors throughout North America.

Pcdata USA (www.pcdatausa.com) is a different type of Pick to Light because unlike expensive WMS solutions that require lengthy implementations, PickStar and Distrib XE are quick one-day installations. Pcdata USA is a global logistics systems leader for supply chain automation. Pcdata USA offers affordable out-of-the-box warehouse optimization solutions. Follow Pcdata USA on Twitter @pcdatausa.

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Antonio Rodrigues
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732-991-5974

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