Material Handling Systems Integrator, TriFactor Provides Seminar on Warehouse Storage Solutions

TriFactor of Lakeland, FL Offers New White Paper and Seminar: "Warehouse Storage Solutions & Design Considerations; What You Need to Know"

Oct 19, 2010, 09:35 ET from TriFactor

LAKELAND, Fla., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- A seminar focusing on choosing, designing, and implementing distribution center storage solutions is being sponsored by TriFactor, LLC, ( a leading source for material handling systems integration.

With experience in material handling engineering and project management, TriFactor Product Sales Engineer Wynn Watson will be presenting the seminar at two locations; Wednesday, November 17 at the Radisson Hotel, Jacksonville, FL, and Thursday, November 18 at the TriFactor Learning Center, Lakeland, FL.  The program runs from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Companies looking to streamline their current storage method are encouraged to attend.  Watson will provide a detailed summary of evaluating storage requirements, determining the best storage methods and tools, and finding the best solution for your facility.  Watson will be leading the audience through an interactive project example in AutoCAD.  Projects large and small will be discussed in relation to saving construction costs with a more concise storage footprint; regaining use of valuable labor hours thanks to a well-planned and organized storage space; and safety considerations for current or future storage solutions.

There is no fee for the seminar but reservations are requested. To reserve a spot please call 1-800-282-8468, or visit The presenter prepared a white paper to guide the storage solution process.  Read an excerpt from "Warehouse Storage Solutions & Design Considerations; What You Need to Know" below:

"Operational and physical changes often go hand in hand or at least significantly impact one another.  Generally speaking, in a warehouse or distribution environment, physical facility changes boil down to different types of storage media for product handling, manipulation or picking.  The most common types of storage come from four categories: Bulk Storage, Pallet Rack, Shelving, and Carton Flow.  With the focus on different types of manual storage systems, below you will find how each type is used, some pitfalls to avoid, and ways to keep the equipment like new."

To view the full white paper, please visit

CONTACT: Stefanie Poe, Marketing Coordinator, TriFactor, LLC, +1-863-577-2233,

SOURCE TriFactor