John Hayes, Vice President of Sales at Vecna Robotics will attend and present at the 2019 CAT Dealer EHS Conference.
The conference is being held at the Pan Pacific hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia from May 6-8. Hayes’ presentation on warehouse automation will be on May 8 and co-presented with Mike Erskine, Corporate Distribution Manager at Milton CAT. The presentation will cover safety, operational efficiency and steps to plan for successful automation.
Milton CAT’s Corporate Environmental Health and Safety Department oversees the development, implementation and verification of effective training and programs that support workplace safety, health and regulatory compliance. All U.S., Canadian and English-speaking Caribbean CAT dealerships are invited to the Milton CAT EHS conference. The CAT EHS Group represents nearly 1,000 dealership branch locations and over 40,000 workers.
Vecna Robotics recently worked with Milton CAT to find solutions to increase fulfillment speed, decrease non-value tasks, and increase customer satisfaction at its Milford, Massachusetts distribution center. The deployment of Vecna’s RL3600 autonomous lift truck led to a drastic improvement in fulfillment speed with no infrastructure changes required. To read more about Vecna Robotics and Milton CAT visit, vecnarobotics.com/milton-cat-case-study.
To learn more about Milton CAT’s EHS group visit, miltoncat.com/about/safety-training.
Vecna Robotics delivers Automated Material Handling, Hybrid Fulfillment, and Workflow Optimization solutions for customers in the distribution, warehousing, and manufacturing sectors. Vecna’s solution feature self-driving vehicles powered by their learning Autonomy Stack and AI technology, Pivot.al, that revolutionizes how robots and humans work together. Vecna Robotics prioritizes workflows over robotics – ensuring businesses can operate effectively, efficiently, and ethically.
For more information visit vecnarobotics.com and pivot.al.