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Distribution

Our modular systems are used extensively throughout the transport, logistics and distribution sectors. They enable the simple, efficient and safe handling of all kinds of items. Possible applications include picking carts and flow racks. These can be configured to support operations such as stand-alone pick faces, pick-and-pack stations, and large-scale split or full-case picking facilities. Component carts enable the safe and efficient handling and transport of delicate and high value items.

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