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RUBRIK CEMAT INDIA CeMAT India – Intralogistics showcase, embedded in industry Growing at an anticipated 7.5 percent in 2016, the Indian economy continues to go from strength to strength. A lot has happened since the “Make in India” campaign was launched in 2014. By investing in the country’s infrastructure and lowering corporate tax rates, the Indian government has succeeded in attracting a growing number of international investors. Today, India stands not just for services and IT, but also for a commitment to modernizing the nation’s industry, with the goal of ramping up domestic production. Visitors to CeMAT India (1 to 3 December 2016 in Mumbai) can get an initial impression of the competence of Indian industry, with well-known enterprises like Carlstahl Craftsman Enterprises, Kompress India, Nash Robotics & Automation, Rajdlari Storage Systems, Godrej & Boyce, Cascade and Jungheinrich as exhibitors there. Embedded in the WIN India trade fair, these exhibitors will be demonstrating the key role played by intralogistics in automated systems. Manufacturing industries currently constitute only 15 percent of India’s gross domestic product, with a concomitant huge potential for further development. According to the latest information supplied by GTAI (Germany Trade & Invest), private consumption in India is growing fast, resulting in above-average demand for the types of machines needed by consumer-related industries like textiles, chemicals, automotive and packaging. Not surprisingly, online retailing has also been growing in India the last few years. Whereas in 2013, Indian consumers bought some 10.7 billion US dollars’ worth of goods, one year later the figure had gone up by 34 percent, for a total of 16.4 billion, according to pwc. In 2015 sales had climbed to 22 billion dollars, with the curve continuing to point upward. This growth also means higher demands on the supply chain – which brings us to the intralogistics providers showcasing their comprehensive solutions at CeMAT India. The organizers of WIN India are expecting a total of some 200 exhibitors and more than 10,000 visitors at the upcoming event, where there will also be a wide-ranging program of forums on the latest challenges and developments involving the supply chain. The first day of the show will feature a discussion on the topic of “The Supply Chain in a Digital World”. On the second day, presentations and discussions will include techniques and strategies for minimizing supply chain risks, as well as the role that state-of-the-art technologies can play in the modernization process. I wish all of you a successful trade fair, with numerous successful leads, inspiring talks and outstanding business. Krister Sandvoss Project director “CeMAT Worldwide” Deutsche Messe AG Intralogistics Trade magazine for material flow and material management Imprint Publisher: Dipl.-Ing. Reiner Wesselowski (We) Email: Editor-in-chief: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Winfried Bauer (WB), Email: Editorial board: Dipl.-Medienwirtin (FH) Marie Krueger (MK), Holger Seybold (Sey) Dipl.-Ing. Manfred Weber (MW) Assistant editor: Svenja Stenner Design/layout: Sonja Schirmer, Doris Buchenau, Anette Fröder, Mario Wüst Epaper designer: Katja Rüdell, Mathias Göbel Managing editor: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Winfried Bauer Publishing house: Vereinigte Fachverlage GmbH Lise-Meitner-Str. 2, 55129 Mainz, Germany Commercial Register No.: HRB 2270, District Court of Mainz VAT-ID: DE149063659 Managing director: Dr. Olaf Theisen Publishing director: Dr. Michael Werner, Email: Correspondent India: Sushen Haresh Doshi M.Sc. Advertising sales director: Beatrice Thomas-Meyer Email: Advertising sales manager: Andreas Zepig, Email: Advertising representatives: Austria Heinz-Joachim Greiner Email: China, India Andreas Zepig, Email: France Marc Jouanny, Email: Great Britain, Ireland Roberto Tondina, Email: Italy, Switzerland Hermann Jordi, Email: Sweden, Finland, Norway Malte Mezger Email: USA, Canada Bill Fox, Email: Advertising Disposition: Annemarie Benthin, Email: In cooperation with: Hannover Fairs International GmbH Messegelände, 30521 Hannover, Germany VDMA – German Engineering Federation Trade Association Materials Handling and Intralogistics Lyoner Straße 18, 60528 Frankfurt, Germany Additional Partner: Moskauer Deutsche Zeitung Internet: 8 th year (2016) f+h Intralogistics 5/2016

Product News User-friendly like a smartphone The MX-1000 series terminals from Cognex offer companies a new way to record data during inventory management and logistic processes, amongst other things. The mobile data recording terminal combines the user-friendly design, low costs and flexibility of a smartphone with a robust, portable unit with an integrated barcode scanner. Stat Control now internationally certified Statistical inventory counts offer significant advantages compared with full inventory counts. They reduce the counting effort and therefore the costs and warehouse closing times, as well as error rates. Stat Control GmbH, a company specialising in inventory software, now has separate certifications for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for the first time. Alongside inventory management, companies are increasingly focusing on monitoring stock during the year. In contrast to value-based inventory counts, stock controls are risk oriented and designed to secure processes, which is where the systems currently offered by Stat Control provide manifold support. The Software Starwarp, for instance, can carry out a riskbased ABC analysis, which uses various factors to categorise stock items into risk clusters. Gaining an extensive overview over the fleet of industrial trucks The business intelligence tool Powerfleet IQ from I.D. Systems is an analytical platform that can optionally be integrated in the Powerfleet fleet management system landscape. Data collected from the fleet of industrial trucks, especially from fleets across several locations, is continuously collated and visually prepared in the KPI dashboard. Click to read previous issues. Inspiration is just one click away. Full networking capability for easier operation Mosca meets the specific needs of the corrugated cardboard industry with the fully automated UATRI-2 XT inline strapping machine. This high-performance machine can be easily integrated into automated high-speed production lines for gentle, fast and reliable strapping of corrugated cardboard. Thanks to full network capability, these strapping machine can be monitored from a connected computer. News about the following markets: f+h Intralogistics 5/2016


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