Ergonomic Equipment Case Studies

Having a properly designed pallet handling and storage systems makes your distribution center more effective and efficient. Read these case studies to find out how Conveyer & Caster can help you improve storage capacity, decrease put-away or retrieval times, or maximize cube utilization.

Computers cause a lot of grief. Working on two thousand a day can be an actual pain in the neck. MCPc, Inc., a technology service provider based in Strongsville, Ohio, has been growing over the past ten years. MCPc provides service to some of the largest companies in the region with everything from desktop imaging to network design and implementation. Their production facility processes nearly two thousand desktops, laptops, servers, switches, and printers on any given day.

Big screens take big film. The Great Lakes Science Center’s Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX® Theater takes some of the largest in the world. When the Great Lakes Science Center originally purchased the IMAX® projection equipment, the design was for 40-60 minute length educational features. However, as time went on, more and more full-length films are being produced in the IMAX® format.

Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation, in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, was having significant problems with vandals breaking into their vending machines. Every night, therefore, the park’s staff were having to move the machines into a building.

The world’s largest glass bottle manufacturer needed a solution to the challenges they faced when accessing conveyors, palletizers and other bottle making equipment. Owens-Illinois engineers listed their requirements for safe work platforms to access equipment at their state of the art manufacturing facility in Colorado.

Handling drums can be dangerous: they are heavy, bulky, round, and full of stuff you don’t want to spill.  PPG partnered up with Conveyer & Caster and Morse Manufacturing to solve their problem, find out how.