VanRiet Material Handling Systems, specialist in automatic transport and sorting solutions, is to present its flagship HC Sorter at this year’s IMHX in Birmingham. The company, well known for its high capacity shoe sorting technology, is putting focus on the UK market. From its facilities in Tamworth, fully equipped for local production, maintenance and service, the intralogistics specialist is ready to automate warehouses needing to become futureproof today.
The Dutch company now operates under the wings of industry leader MHS since its purchase last year. In recent years, more than 200 shoe sorting systems were installed across the globe in a variety of set-ups. Warehousing and distribution operations in the United Kingdom can adopt and implement this proven solution with ease.
Thanks to a very smooth sorting process, the HC Sorter can easily handle fragile products. Product are sorted at a speed up to 3m per second. The HC Sorter can not only sort very small and thin products, such as mobile phones or polybags, but also very large packages weighing up to 50 kilograms. An important improvement is the electric divert switch. ‘Every year we invest heavily in our HC Sorter, to make sure that it remains the industry leading shoe sorter, with the lowest noise level and the highest speeds.’, says Sales & Marketing Director Kai Ramadhin. ‘We explore the possibilities and listen to our customers about how we can help them better. ‘
At the stand on IMHX, the HC Sorter, the fastest closed-deck shoe sorter on the market, will demonstrate what shoe sorter technology can mean for industries in which high throughputs and late cut-off times are standard. The HC Sorter has a fully closed deck that ensures no dirt or pieces of cardboard get stuck inside the sorter. The deck also results in low noise and promotes safe working conditions for warehouse staff.
Come and see the High Capacity Shoe Sorter live in action on stand 20F40 in Hall 20 from Tuesday September 24th till Friday September 27th and learn how it could help solving your intralogistics challenges.