Apex to showcase asset management solutions at Multimodal 2017


Apex Supply Chain Technologies will be at this year's Multimodal exhibition to showcase its range of automated dispensing solutions to manage, track and control critical assets, including supplies, tools and handheld scanners.

Taking place at the NEC, Birmingham from 4-6th April, Multimodal is a key event for the logistics sector and numerous vertical markets. Apex's team will be on stand 5082 to demonstrate the benefits of its locker solutions, suitable for the likes of MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Operations) equipment and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), through to asset management and retail.

Apex will display three different self-serve, automated lockers on its stand from the AXCESS 6000 and 6100 series. These lockers allow for the secure management of assets, with 24/7 visibility into the use and location of devices and tools. Lockers are customisable, available in numerous configurations, heights, and depths. Most businesses will have some form of critical asset that requires improved management, whether these are handheld scanners or calibrated tools.

Apex devices automate the management of these items, creating worker accountability, reducing asset damage and replacement costs while improving worker productivity. The result is a far more efficient supply chain.

All Apex lockers are powered by Trajectory Cloud™, a secure business intelligence platform that provides management visibility of asset status and use, alerts management if items go missing or need to be replenished and automatically generated reports. These reports can be used as an audit trail for compliance efforts.

Julian Adams, Managing Director at Apex Supply Chain Technologies, comments: "We hope to gain further understanding of the key challenges facing this sector so we can continue to provide our customers with the solutions they need. Multimodal is a major fixture in the logistics sector calendar and we look forward to this year's show."

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