Traka Debuts Supply Chain Security Solutions at IntraLogisteX 2024

The supply chain expert, Matt Gregg, will share how to transform operational efficiency through intelligent device management at a dedicated seminar at IntraLogisteX 2024 next week in Birmingham.

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Traka UK will attend IntraLogisteX 2024 on 19 and 20 March at The NEC in Birmingham, with a keynote speaker slot to pledge its support to supply chain providers.  Track will unveil powerful new locker solutions at the exhibition to enhance security and operational efficiency.

As a leader in intelligent equipment management systems, Traka’s supply chain lead, Matt Gregg, will present “How to transform operational efficiency through intelligent device management,” a dedicated seminar at 1.45pm on Tuesday 19 March in the IntraLogisteX theatre.

Traka will unveil its pioneering locker systems on stand 522, featuring specialist RFID technology, tailored exclusively for distribution and logistics networks across the entire supply chain.

This innovative new system provides seamless management capability for tools and equipment, enhancing efficiency, optimising the ease and speed of accessing necessary tools essential for job completion.

Gregg says: “IntraLogisteX is the perfect place to premiere our new asset management solutions, in our constantly evolving portfolio to support supply chain businesses and overcome the operational issues they face. This includes how to secure critical assets, avoid unnecessary costs, and improve output to remain competitive in a challenging supply chain environment.

“Through implementing the latest security technology, businesses can gain full transparency over device locations with dedicated audit trails improving accountability. With software enabling key features such as fault-finding for devices, systems can come together to ensure maximum operational efficiency throughout the supply chain, significantly reducing employee downtime.”

Short-term Storage and Device Charging

Traka will demonstrate versatile multi-door device lockers which allow for different types of equipment to be stored in different-sized compartments with no compromise to style, or security.

Visitors to the stand can also see live displays of Traka’s temporary deposit locker, to accommodate a large number of users who only require short-term storage. Charging ports can be built into the system so users can recharge a laptop, phone or other personal possessions.

Gregg concludes: “There is no one-size-fits-all logistics solution. We are looking forward to the opportunities both as a keynote speaker and exhibitor at IntraLogisteX to discuss bespoke applications.”

Traka’s key management systems, including its S Touch Pro, utilise a dedicated management system with touchscreen technology. It represents an easy-to-use system to streamline operations and provide an intuitive customer experience.

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