EASTON, Pa., Oct. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Paragon Technologies, Inc. (Amex: PTG), a leading supplier of "smart" material handling systems and "software-driven" warehouse and distribution center solutions, announced today that its SI Systems' brand was awarded a contract totaling $1.0 million to provide an automated light-picking system and related software modules for a manufacturer of a comprehensive line of healthcare products. The contract calls for SI Systems to provide an extensive expansion to the client's existing distribution center with its line of light-directed picking technology, Accupic(TM). SI Systems will also furnish several customized modules of its proprietary SINTHESIS(TM) Software Suite that will be tailored to optimize the client's split-case order fulfillment operations. Detailed terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Len Yurkovic, Acting CEO of Paragon Technologies, commented, "Our client chose our solution primarily based on the proven reliability of not only our Accupic(TM) light-directed picking technology but, more importantly, the accuracy and optimization our SINTHESIS(TM) Software Suite provides to their distribution process. These software modules provide highly accurate order planning, order routing, resource planning, and inventory control in real-time response, all of which are critical in achieving fast, efficient, and accurate order shipments for our client's distribution operations."
About Paragon Technologies
Paragon Technologies is a leader in integrating material handling systems and creating automated solutions for material flow applications. SI Systems' branded technologies and material handling solutions address unit assembly in manufacturing operations and order fulfillment applications. One of the top material handling systems suppliers worldwide, SI Systems leading clients have included the United States Postal Service, BMG, Peterbilt, Honda, and Maybelline.
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