Factory Layout & Floorplan

Your Space Impacts Your Factory Layout Design

Your factory layout and floorplan and how you work with your space have an enormous impact on the overall success of your automation project. One of the major costs and factors that impacts your overall ROI is how much floor space you need to operate. 

Unfortunately, traditional conveyance systems leave application engineers and designers with limited options when it comes to reaching the required performance level in the floor space available. These traditional systems often take up a large footprint within your space and do not scale easily. 

At SuperTrak CONVEYANCE™, we understand these challenges. Over 20 years in business, our team of engineers have designed multiple configurations to help you maximize your factory layout and floor plan to accommodate your unique application needs.


How Reshoring Affects Factory Floor Space

Where your operations are can also impact your factory layout and floor plan. More and more manufacturers are reshoring operations to North America and Europe. These manufacturers are seeing many benefits like reduced shipping times for consumers, less environmental impact, and a decreased risk of tariff and trade related costs. To achieve this, manufacturers are utilizing more and more technology to increase productivity. 

The trade-off for reshoring efforts is the increased cost for floorspace. You need to get more and more creative in how you use the limited amount of space available on the factory floor while still maintaining the level of production required to meet your business goals.

Reduce floor space and improve productivity.

Learn more about how one company reduced their floor space 44% and improved OEE by using Smart Conveyance.

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SuperTrak CONVEYANCE™ – Features & Applications

Real-life manufacturing applications highlight how the SuperTrak CONVEYANCE™ platform allows engineers and manufacturers the ability to overcome common manufacturing challenges related to factory footprint, scaling, market uncertainty, tight project timelines and re-deployability.

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5 Ways Your Choice of Conveyance Impacts Your Automation

Conveyance is motion. Conveyance – or how you are getting parts from point A to point B – is often an afterthought when it comes to automation design. Station design and throughput goals often take precedence but there are several reasons why conveyance should be considered right from the start. Here are the 5 ways conveyance impacts your …

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3 ways to enable high-performance automation with less risk

Automated systems can be complex to develop and get to production. Typically, each process requires extensive engineering and customization to meet application requirements. System complexities lead to the creation of a higher functioning standard system component to enable faster project cycles. This standardization is a benefit because it provides functionality that has already been …

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