Doing more with less space has become more important than ever in the warehousing industry. While manufacturing and distribution centers are on the rise in the United States, companies are uncovering new challenges when it comes to their narrow aisle warehouse spaces. There is a need to fit increasing volumes of products into the same warehouse buildings. How are we supposed to do this? Packing all of your product into smaller spaces usually calls for Narrow Aisles (NA) or Very Narrow Aisles (VNA) solutions. Continue reading
The mantra, “Do more with less,” has never been more evident in the warehousing industry. A strong North American economy and an advantageous tax climate are bringing manufacturing and distribution centers back to the United States. The new challenge deals with infrastructure and supporting manufacturing in a distribution center application.
Have a 100,000-square-foot facility? Good, now stock product at the level of a 150,000-square-foot facility. What you wind up with are Narrow Aisles (NA) and Very Narrow Aisles (VNA), which are a key to maximizing space, but they can also make material handling very challenging.
From an article recently published in the Material Handling Network. Exciting news surrounding the Flexi Narrow Aisle product we represent.
Narrow Aisle, Inc. announced that it will introduce an AC powered, broader range, of its Flexi articulating VNA forklifts at the upcoming MODEX Show in Atlanta, GA, March 17-20, 2014. Narrow Aisle owns the exclusive manufacturing and marketing rights to the Flexi in the Americas, North, Central & South. Continue reading
The Flexi is a conventionally styled forklift that is easy to drive, and that works in about half the aisle of a conventional forklift. The concept from the beginning was to bring a flexible VNA (very narrow aisle) machine to the marketplace that is priced more competitively with conventional forklifts and reach trucks when compared to any other VNA product currently available.