Dematic teams up with Apex

Dematic teams up with Apex

Global materials handling automation company Dematic will market automated dispensing systems from Sydney-based Apex Supply Chain Technologies.

Apex devices are powered by Trajectory Cloud, a secure business intelligence platform that allows businesses to track, manage and control supplies, materials, equipment and other inventory in real time. Their products have application in a number of industries, including warehousing, distribution centres, mining, automotive, retail, food service and healthcare. In addition to Sydney, Apex has offices Apex in Germany and the United Kingdom, and its global headquarters are in the United States.

Dematic’s director of Real-Time Logistics Brian Lang said: “We are thrilled to be integrating Apex automated solutions into our customers’ operations. We look forward to working closely with Apex to offer Australian businesses access to its world-class dispensing systems and supply chain technologies.”

“Apex products provide businesses an easy way to increase productivity, lower costs and gain real-time visibility into mission-critical supplies and equipment. Our customers report greater accountability, reduced consumption, and show an average savings of 30 per cent or more with our equipment,” said Kent Savage, Apex Supply Chain Technologies founder and CEO. “Collaborating with Dematic and its customers will allow companies to extend their continuous improvement programs into traditionally overlooked areas.”




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