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Surgere Partners With Fetch Robotics To Unveil Cycle-Counting Robot To Eliminate Inventory Tracking Failures

AKRON, Ohio, Aug. 21, 2017 Surgere’s ROBi platform has successfully completed a full-scale pilot at a Dayton, Ohio, Tier-1 automotive supplier’s distribution center and is ready for large-scale deployment. ROBi integrates Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology with Fetch Robotic’s award winning mobile robot platform to autonomously capture RFID label information from all angles and directions. […]
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Michael Silvio, VP Logistics Innovation

PROMINENT AUTOMOTIVE LOGISTICS LEADER JOINS SURGERE (Green, OH – August 4, 2017) – Surgere, an industry leader in providing visibility and control within a digitized supply chain (RFID, Robotics, and advanced data analytics) proudly announces the addition of Michael Silvio as Vice President of Logistics Innovation. Silvio is an automotive executive with 25 years of […]
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Get In Shape at the AAMA Packaging Bootcamp

Join us Wednesday, August 16, 2017 for the AAMA Packaging Bootcamp presented by Surgere. Keeping your packaging game sharp requires a little sweat and sometimes a little grit. At the AAMA Packaging Bootcamp, join fellow automotive packaging professions, material managers, procurement specialists, and the like to get tactical, brush up on your basics and best […]
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Come Meet Us In Atlanta!

As the inaugural Innovation Sponsor at this year’s Supply Chain Conference – taking place May 8-10th in Atlanta, Georgia – Surgere is launching a new conversation focused around Innovation and Technology. Part of our 2017 #GoInnovate initiative is to share new solutions and knowledge. Our President and CEO, William Wappler, will be speaking on the […]
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South Carolina Automotive Week Summit

South Carolina Automotive Summit Where Connectivity Happens The 6th Annual SC Automotive Summit: Where Connectivity Happens takes place February 20th – 22nd during the SC Auto Week. The event will shine light on South Carolina’s bright future in mobility. Automobiles are evolving from modes of transportation to nodes in technology and communication networks. Like the […]
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