Acme to highlight warehouse automation trends and Industry 4.0 applications at Materials Handling Middle East

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Dubai, UAE: The rise of e-commerce, change in consumer demands and covid induced restrictions have changed the warehousing industry, posing challenges that require new automation solutions. At Materials Handling Middle East, the region’s dedicated trade show for warehousing, intralogistics and supply chain solutions; Acme Intralog will present a wide range of warehouse automation technology solutions that can help the logistics industry face new challenges posed by increasing demand from e-commerce and the need to improve efficiency while scaling up operations. 

Exhibiting at their stand-alone booth B26 and in tie up with partner brands in stand A26, the company will focus on Robotics, Pallet and Case Handling solutions that will allow customers from sectors such as retail, e-commerce, FMCG, and pharma, to significantly improve their processes. Acme is also a Platinum sponsor of the event.

According to Navin Narayan, CEO, Acme Intralog: “Today, companies are looking for flexible and modular warehousing solutions with a high degree of automation to help meet their business needs. At Acme, we are able to assist businesses to realise reduced operational costs while increasing capacity, productivity, utilisation rate, and at the same time delivering on customer expectations.”

Narayan will also participate in a panel discussion at the event on November 2nd where he will share his experience on the latest warehouse automation trends and Industry 4.0 applications.

Acme’s Head of Planning, Emprade Ebrahim, will speak at the event’s Tech Talk session on increasing operational efficiency by automating pallet storage and retrieval. At the session attendees can learn about how to adopt automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) within an existing or new facility, scalable solutions to eliminate bottlenecks of different industries and understand the application and benefits of warehouse automation.

At stand A26, Acme will also display technology from two of their global partners: Leuze’s advanced sensor and identification systems and Pizzato’s latest range of position switches and safety devices.

The event will take place at the Dubai Exhibition Center from November 2-4, 2021.

About Acme Intralog:

In 2020, Acme celebrated 45 years of supporting the logistics and supply chain industry in the Middle East. The company was established in Dubai in 1975 with the vision of supporting the needs of the local logistics industry with manual shelving and racking solutions. Acme’s experienced solutions team along with global market leading partners can deliver solutions that help their regional customers radically optimise their manufacturing and supply chain process.

With a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in JAFZA, Acme produces a complete range of conveyor, AS/RS and control systems as well as other material handling solutions. They also design and manufacture customized factory automation solutions for a variety of industries in the region, Europe as well as the United States.

With over 100 employees, Acme’s Jebel Ali facility also houses their R&D facility where they develop a wide variety of innovative automation solutions that have been tailored to the regional market.