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Mettler-toledo Eyes Bigger Pie in Indian Automation Market Targeting Transport & Logistics Industry

Mettler-Toledo India would accelerate its expansion in India with its latest technologies & a series of new product launches targeting bigger slice of Indian automation market catering to the transport and logistics industry. Mettler-Toledo confirms its participation in India Warehousing Show 2012 to showcase its latest technologies and products designed for transport & logistics industry.

 
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Mumbai, Maharashtra -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/15/2012 -- Mettler-Toledo India, a wholly subsidiary of Mettler-Toledo Inc (NYSE: MTD), announced that it would accelerate its expansion in India with its latest technologies and series of new product launches in India to target bigger slice of Indian automation market catering to the transport and logistics industry. METTLER TOLEDO has over 25 years of experience in providing solutions to the Transport and Logistics Industry and acts as a consultant for optimizing terminal productivity. It has the expertise to know exactly which solution will have the greatest impact on any operation. It is focused on delivering high quality solutions that ensure customers meet their goals of operational efficiency, revenue recovery and space optimization.

Mettler-Toledo India offers complete automation in Indian transport and logistics industry with the following procedural automation steps alligned with its complete in-motion data capture sulution - TLX MultiCapture™, designed to target the Indian transport and logistics industry -

1. Implement an Efficient Identification Method
The first step is deciding how to identify the items you handle. Your decision will depend on how much information you want a label to carry. Matrix labels contain more data than barcodes but require camera scanning, which is often a larger investment. RFID may be the future of identification but is only an option in an extremely organized flow. Decide at what stage labelling should be done. The leaner you want your process to be the earlier labelling should be done.

2. Decide on Operational Flow
To optimize operational flow, consider throughput and the items to be conveyed. The distance that an object must travel will determine what type of solution you need. If long conveyor lines are needed, automatic data capture is most appropriate, if you operate in a small warehouse environment, with goods moving over less distance, static measuring may be the best option. Independent of flow, strive to capture data within the same area, in as few operations as possible.

3. Decide on Necessary Data
The more data captured, the better control you have. However, not everything needs to be done in one step. First, identify the specific challenges in your operation and the data that is essential for efficient operation. If insufficient time for measurement is a key issue, then automatic dimensioning and identification will be a fundamental step in your process. If miss-sorts and conveyor jams affect you, you should consider a solution that offers parcel positioning.

4. Establish a Procedure for Handling Rejects
On a fully automated line, there will be a certain number of no-reads and there are different ways of dealing with them. Your system can be configured to stop for human intervention if a label is un-readable. A reject line can be set up to allow all un-readable items to be diverted. If speed is your priority, you may decide to let the no-reads pass through, but do all you can to make sure you have equipment employed that offers the highest possible read rate.

5. Final Layout and Infrastructure
Based on your chosen data capture method, supporting IT infrastructure should be selected. It is recommended that customer data be stored in a certified database. Dynamic systems are often slowed down by the slow response of a computer host system; make sure that you spend enough time and effort on building up an adequate IT resource.

Mettler-Toledo India also confirmed its active participation in India Warehousing Show 2012 from 26th - 28th April, 2012 to showcase its latest technologies and products designed for transport and logistics industry in India. As a key sponsor of the event, Mettler-Toledo will be at the Booth No – A39 exhibiting the TLX MulticaptureTM dimensioning, weighing and scanning solution with conveyors and labelling system from FB Automazione.

“The transport and logistics industry in India is growing fast. Such growth requires reliable partners in automation. We can offer complete, turn-key solutions for automating the measuring process, improving overall handling and securing the revenue of our customers.” said Olav Stadaas, Managing Director of Mettler-Toledo Cargoscan. “Automation can be done step-by-step. Our goal is to find the level that is right for each customer’s operational requirement and budget. At our booth, we will demonstrate how to take those first steps towards automation, be it by improving the labeling of packages, the transportation of items through the terminal or by automating the measuring process.”

Address of Mettler-Toledo India in the India Warehousing Show 2012:

India Expo Centre, Hall 1,
Booth No: A39,
Expo Drive, A 11, Sec - 62
Noida, 201301 N.H. 24
N.C.R. Delhi India

Mettler-Toledo has also come up with a very attractive offer which can give you an opportunity to win an iPAD. If you register to visit the booth of Mettler-Toledo in the India Warehousing Show 2012, you will be entered into the prize draw to win a new iPad 2. For registration, please visit :

http://in.mt.com/in/en/home/events/fairs/IndiaWarehousingShow2012.html