Hytrol en las Noticias

January 12, 2015—Last month President Obama announced that opening diplomatic talks with Cuba offers the U.S. a chance to pursue a new strategy after decades of stalemate.

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January 7, 2015In November 2014, Quality Digest Daily published the first in a series about companywide lean cultures and how a lean journey affects people and companies. Jonesboro, Arkansas-based Hytrol Conveyors, a designer and manufacturer of advanced conveyor systems, allowed an in-depth examination of why lean manufacturing drives its entire culture. This is the second interview in the series.

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The historical perspective is easy to grasp. Automated product movement is a well-established, easily understood concept. It is so familiar and normative that many in the material handling sector consider conveyance technology little more than a commodity. That is a wild over-simplification. Conveyor solutions are developed from dynamic and complex challenges which require safe, ergonomic, tested and proven products, developed by creative people with a focus on lean manufacturing continuous process improvement.

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Muchas compañías de manejo de materiales  norteamericanas han mantenido una creencia que Norteamérica significa Estados Unidos y Canadá. Hasta hace poco muchos ejecutivos veían México como parte del mercado de centro y Sudamérica y no como parte de las estrategias de marketing, ventas y servicio norteamericanas. Aunque no de forma universal, esa delimitación geográfica está a punto de cambiar dramáticamente en 2015.

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By TR Cutler via EM Magazine

2014-06-Automation-MediaDesigning an automated conveyance system on paper lacks the kind of rigorous testing required to ensure that post installation, the technology solution works the way it was designed and intended. Few organisations have an internal testing system. Based in Jonesboro, Arkansas, Hytrol installed a test system at their technology centre, allowing customers and integration partners, fully test products prior to implementation. This unique resource provides a level of confidence and reassurance to customers. All issues and workability concerns that are addressed before conveyors are at the customer plant floor.

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2014-06-Automation-MediaBy TR Cutler via Automation Media

Hytrol Conveyor Company's first conveyor, designed by founder Tom Loberg in 1947, moved bags of seed in preparation for stacking, and folded when not in use. Loberg discovered that the right angle reducer he had designed for a rotary lawn mower was just the right size to make a belt run at the proper speed on a conveyor.

According to Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA), the only trade association dedicated solely to improving the proficiency of the independent material handling equipment distributor, conveyor systems have been an integral part of material handling for more than a century, and transport of bulk materials by conveyor belts dates back to around 1795; the vast majority of these early iterations were used to move grains over very short distances.

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Intelligent Design [Manufacturing Business Technology]

Hubo un momento en que la forma más sencilla de un transportador funcionó fue totalmente contenido dentro de su nombre: se transporta materiales de un lugar a otro. Pero a medida que las necesidades de equipo en instalaciones de fabricación y centros de distribución han avanzado más allá de lo básico, aunque la cinta ha pasado de ser simplemente un cinturón, unos rodillos, y algunos carriles a una pieza de alta tecnología de los equipos que pueden hablar con el usuario a través de la automatización integrada sistemas. "Los fabricantes que aplican sistemas de transporte inteligentes y automatizadas están aumentando su beneficio operativo, la reducción de sus costes de mantenimiento, mientras que la obtención de la esperanza de vida en general y la fiabilidad", explicó Boyce Bonham de Hytrol Conveyor Company.

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Operations: Conveyors keep moving forward [Beverage Industry]

Al igual que en los productos que son transportados a través de sus rodillos y correas, sistemas de transporte están trabajando para mantenerse en la cima de las tendencias en el manejo de materiales con el fin tobetter servir a sus clientes. De acuerdo con el "02 2012 Estadísticas" informe de la Asociación de Fabricantes de Equipos Conveyor (CEMA), Naples, Fla., reservar pedidos para el mes crecieron un 24,8 por ciento en comparación con febrero de 2011.

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Colson Caster and Hytrol celebrate 50 year business partnership [Material Handling Wholesaler]Don Laux, Presidente y Gerente General de Colson Caster Corporation obsequió a Gregg Goodner, Presidente de Hytrol Conveyor Company, Inc. un premio distintivo; honrando de esta manera la sociedad que ha persistido entre ambas compañías a lo largo de 50 años. “Estoy sinceramente agradecido con la sociedad de negocios que Colson tiene con Hytrol desde hace mucho tiempo. Hytrol no es sólo un cliente excelente, si no también un ejemplo honorable de buenas prácticas empresariales y corporativas”, mencionó Don Laux. Ambas empresas, Colson y Hytrol tienen más de 50 años de haberse establecido en Jonesboro, AR y de presentarse cómo líderes de la industria del manejo de materiales mediante la innovación; en una y otra compañía se diseñan y manufacturan productos para mercados de todo el mundo con lo cual se han ganado una reputación a nivel global que beneficia las relaciones de negocios a largo plazo.

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Conveyors In Manufacturing: Link People to Safety and Productivity [Material Handling & Logistics]

By Tom Andel
Editor-In-Chief, Material Handling & Logistics

Conveyors are the material handling backbone of U.S. manufacturing and if Mitch Johnson is right, that backbone is about to get more steel. As director of systems development for Hytrol Conveyor Co., Johnson is seeing more business come in from U.S. manufacturers after years of dominance by the distribution side of Hytrol's markets.

"There's more activity in the manufacturing realm," he says. Several of our integrators have come back to us for projects that have been much more complicated and needed more engineering from us because they're more manufacturing intensive. There's more demand for accuracy, which means you're interfacing to a robot, and we have to design a station that will hold certain fixtures in a more accurate position so something can address it."

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