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April 2010

Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association Convention

Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association Convention Tomorrow I will be heading to Marco Island FL for the 2010 Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA) Convention. As some of you may know I am on the Board of Directors for MHEDA and quite involved in association functions especially educational workshops, seminars and webinars. I am honored to be on MHEDA's Education Committee helping to plan our educational calendar every year. This year's convention looks to be a great educational opportunity for all attendees. Every year I speak with members about the convention and if they will be attending. I receive quite a varied response. The member companies that have attended in the past usually always attend in one form or another. The economy is usually the barometer for the number of people ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on April 28th, 2010 :: Filed under: Blog

WireCrafters Wire Partitions - Protecting Product and Personnel

For over 35 years, WireCrafters has manufactured what we feel is the “Very Best Woven Wire Partition.” Contrary to traditional systems, the Style 840 is based on the simple idea that panels stack one on top of the other between tubular posts to reach the finished partition height. This all welded, modular, stackable system has benefits unequaled in the industry. American Warehouse Systems brings you a full line of wire partition products. These products are very common in many warehouses and are used as tool cribs, secured inventory cages, machine guarding and platform handrail. Tool Cribs or Rack Enclosures are the easiest way to protect your inventory. These can be configured in any size or height from twenty standard size panels for a perfect fit ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on April 21st, 2010 :: Filed under: Blog,Material Handling

Technology and the American War Machine.

The above video is aptly named, "The Last Campfire". It illustrates how the American Warfighter has evolved to embrace new technologies. The engagement in the video is vastly different than how it would have played out in our "fathers' wars". It certainly makes one wonder what the future of warfare will look like. Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on April 13th, 2010 :: Filed under: Blog,Military