Automated Warehouse Solutions

Boost Your Productivity And Accuracy With Our Automated Material Handling Systems

Automation in the Material handling industry allows you to move products or parts when and where you need them using cutting-edge equipment and technology. In order to make sure that every integration is effective, secure, and ergonomic, automated material handling systems incorporate robotics or other technologies into your facility, production line, or system.

With the help of warehouse automation systems, V&H Material Handling helps you repurpose your space and tailor your choice to meet your current and future needs. Our automated warehouse solutions will increase productivity, worker safety, job satisfaction, picking accuracy of storage space, and much more!

Automated material handling systems perform best in situations where large amounts of inventory are constantly moving in and out of production or distribution processes. By eliminating damage to items and equipment and offering safer, more ergonomic working conditions, upgrading to an automated storage system increases throughput and efficiency.

V&H Material Handling experts have built and integrated automated storage solutions for a range of sectors and product handling requirements. With this knowledge, we examine your operational requirements, commercial goals, and available technology to find the best-sized automated solution to efficiently and successfully handle the intricate logistics of transporting and storing payloads in your facility. Our experts work with you to integrate the right level of flexibility and functions to support current labor availability, the security of goods, throughput, and efficiency, and maximize your vertical space for lower facility expansion costs.

Products For Warehouse Automation



Locus Robots

Kardex Horizontal Carousel Banner

Horizontal carousels


Vertical lift module

Our Warehouse Automation Technology & Solutions Include

Goods-to-Person (GTP)

One of the most often used strategies for boosting productivity and relieving congestion is goods-to-person fulfillment. Conveyors, carousels, and vertical lift systems fall under this category. The pace of warehouse picking can be doubled or tripled when GTP systems are used effectively.

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS)

A type of GTP fulfillment technology known as AS/RS uses automated systems and tools, including tote shuttles, mini-loaders, and material-carrying vehicles to store and retrieve products or supplies. Applications for high-volume warehouses with limited space frequently use AS/RS systems.

Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs)

These vehicles travel a predetermined path across the warehouse using magnetic strips, wires, or sensors. AGVs are commonly used in big, straightforward warehouse locations with this navigation scheme and are not ideal for warehouses with a lot of foot traffic and limited space.

Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs)

AMRs, which are more adaptable than AGVs, employ GPS systems to design efficient paths across a particular warehouse. AMRs can safely maneuver in dynamic situations with a lot of human traffic thanks to their sophisticated laser guidance systems, which are used to detect obstructions. 

Pick-to-Light and Put-to-Light Systems

These systems tell warehouse pickers where to position or pick up specific items by using mobile barcode scanning equipment synchronized with digital LED displays. In high-volume settings, they can significantly reduce walking, searching, and human error.

Automated Sortation Systems

Sortation is the process of using RFID, barcode scanners, and sensors to detect things on a conveyor system and direct them to a warehouse location. In order fulfillment, businesses employ automated sortation systems for order receiving, picking, packaging, and shipping.

For all your automated warehouse solution needs, V&H Material Handling will provide a variety of conventional and cutting-edge technologies and equipment that are high-quality, adaptable, and effective.

Benefits of Warehouse Automation

Using automation to improve warehouse operations brings a wide range of advantages, from running more efficiently to minimizing human error. Here’s a list of the most commonly cited benefits:

  • Increased warehouse throughput
  • Better resource utilization
  • Reduced labor and operational costs
  • Improved customer service
  • Reduced handling and storage costs
  • Reduced human error
  • Minimized manual labor
  • Increased productivity and efficiency
  • Improved employee satisfaction
  • Enhanced data accuracy and analysis
  • Reduced stockout events
  • Optimized warehouse space
  • Greater inventory control
  • Improved workplace safety
  • Fewer shipping errors
  • Reduced inventory loss
  • Enhanced material handling coordination
  • Improved order fulfillment accuracy

Case Studies for Healthcare Storage Solutions

Custom automation is required for particular problems. Custom AS/RS systems can help with your precision handling requirements, including managing delicate or precise weights, tight tolerance mobility, or severe environments. At V&H, we are experts in providing custom turnkey solutions that meet our customers’ unique automation needs. Contact us today!