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Apron Conveyor

Apron Conveyor

Diamond Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Door No. 501, Mambakkam Main, Kelambakkam - Vandalur Rd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600127, India

Metal Pan

Metal Pan

Diamond Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Door No. 501, Mambakkam Main, Kelambakkam - Vandalur Rd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600127, India

Metal Bucket

Metal Bucket

Diamond Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Door No. 501, Mambakkam Main, Kelambakkam - Vandalur Rd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600127, India

Drive Bogie

Drive Bogie

Diamond Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Door No. 501, Mambakkam Main, Kelambakkam - Vandalur Rd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600127, India

Unloaded Feeder

Unloaded Feeder

Diamond Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Door No. 501, Mambakkam Main, Kelambakkam - Vandalur Rd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600127, India

Factory Unloaded Feeder

Factory Unloaded Feeder

Diamond Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Door No. 501, Mambakkam Main, Kelambakkam - Vandalur Rd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600127, India

Metal Unloaded Feeder

Metal Unloaded Feeder

Diamond Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Door No. 501, Mambakkam Main, Kelambakkam - Vandalur Rd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600127, India

Semi Stacker

Semi Stacker
Price : Rs 145000 / Piece

Swaraj MHE India

Gat No. 92/2, Chimbali Phata Kuruli Nashik - Pune Highway near Vijay Logistic Chakan, Pune, Maharashtra, 410501, India

Platform Trolley

Platform Trolley
Price : Rs 145000 / Piece

Swaraj MHE India

Gat No. 92/2, Chimbali Phata Kuruli Nashik - Pune Highway near Vijay Logistic Chakan, Pune, Maharashtra, 410501, India

Godrej Hand Pallet Truck

Godrej Hand Pallet Truck
Price : Rs 17000 / Piece

Swaraj MHE India

Gat No. 92/2, Chimbali Phata Kuruli Nashik - Pune Highway near Vijay Logistic Chakan, Pune, Maharashtra, 410501, India

Stainless Steel Hydraulic Pallet Truck

Stainless Steel Hydraulic Pallet Truck
Price : Rs 80000 / Piece

Swaraj MHE India

Gat No. 92/2, Chimbali Phata Kuruli Nashik - Pune Highway near Vijay Logistic Chakan, Pune, Maharashtra, 410501, India

Hydraulic Hand Pallet Truck

Hydraulic Hand Pallet Truck
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Swaraj MHE India

Gat No. 92/2, Chimbali Phata Kuruli Nashik - Pune Highway near Vijay Logistic Chakan, Pune, Maharashtra, 410501, India

2.5 Ton Hand Pallet Truck

2.5 Ton Hand Pallet Truck
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Swaraj MHE India

Gat No. 92/2, Chimbali Phata Kuruli Nashik - Pune Highway near Vijay Logistic Chakan, Pune, Maharashtra, 410501, India

Electric Puller

Electric Puller
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Heavy Duty Electric Pallet Truck

Heavy Duty Electric Pallet Truck
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Standard Electric Pallet Truck

Standard Electric Pallet Truck
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Economic Electric Pallet Truck

Economic Electric Pallet Truck
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Electric Reach Stacker

Electric Reach Stacker
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Heavy Duty Electric Stacker

Heavy Duty Electric Stacker
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Standard Electric Stacker

Standard Electric Stacker
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Economic Electric Stacker

Economic Electric Stacker
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Semi-Electric Stacker

Semi-Electric Stacker
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Hydraulic Drum Palletizer From Easy Move

Hydraulic Drum Palletizer From Easy Move
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Hand Stacker High Lifting From Easy Move

Hand Stacker High Lifting From Easy Move
Price : Rs 14000 / Piece

Easy Move India - Stacker’S and Mover’S (I) Mfg co

Plot 508, Nr. Vinzol Rly. Crossing, Phase 2, G.I.D.C., Vatva, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 382445, India

Material Handling Machines & Systems:

Activities, equipment, and procedures related to the moving, storing, protecting and controlling of materials in a system is referred to as Material Handling machines and systems.

Some facts about Material Handling Machines & Systems:

  • Material Handling accounts for 24 percent of all employees, 55 percent of the space, and 87 percent of the production time in a typical factory.
  • It accounts for between 15 to 70 percent of the cost of a product.
  • Goods were handled as single units in a discontinuous manner in early systems in which three basic stages of handling that is materials collection, manufacturing, and product distribution are included as discrete steps, and materials were moved in individual rather than bulk units.
  • The integrated flow of goods from the source of raw materials to final user is emphasized in modern materials-handling systems.
  • Goods can be transported in large quantities and in standardized units by handling procedures using cranes, conveyor belts, and other machines and by the careful coordination of the movement of goods with production, processing, and distribution schedules to achieve this.
  • Bulk transport is now directed toward keeping materials in units as long as possible, minimizing unit costs, and reducing the amount of handling necessary at all stages.
  • Pipelines are often used from mining sites to storage tanks and refineries and in turn to distribution facilities for materials that are capable of being moved in liquid or gaseous form in large quantities, such as petroleum and natural gas.
  • Slurries, which are solids (such as coal) suspended in water can also be transported by using piping networks.
  • The transportation of these materials over long distances and through major waterways can be facilitated by the compression of natural gas and the use of large-capacity tankers.
  • Materials handled in bulk that cannot flow through pipelines such as unprocessed minerals and building materials are restricted to trucking, shipping and rail transport.
  • Material consists of machine parts and other manufactured goods can be transported in bulk to assembly lines or distributors.

What is Material Handling:


Providing the right amount of the right material at the right place at the right time in the right position in the right sequence for the right cost is known as Material Handling.

Right Amount:

Right Amount is related to two fundamental issues. That is how much inventory is needed to maintain for different components/parts/modules/products ? and how much WIP must be running through the system ?

Right Material:

It is important for the Material Handling system to deliver the proper material.
Coding, Visual identification methods can be used for this.
Bar codes, Alphanumeric codes stored and recognized by magnetic strips or visual recognition are the techniques that can be used for coding.
Human vision, Optical camera vision and recognition systems can be used for Visual Techniques.

Right Sequence:

Right Sequence is an important step in design of manufacturing systems as well as in their operation, since materials delivered in the wrong sequence will directly result in increased WIP.
Designing of product , and Process Planning should be done, before the layout of the factory, if possible and the MH system should be planned.
The line should be designed to minimize the total amount of loop-back movement of materials for mixed product systems, where multiple products need to run through the same processing line.
The sequence in which the parts arrive at the assembly station should match the sequence in which they are assembled in assembly lines.

Right Orientation:

Right Orientation is especially important for automated MH systems, or assembly systems. 
Parts presented to them in a given orientation can only be handled by typical assembly heads.
Special devices and tracks are often used to maintain the parts/WIP in a given orientation as it travels along the MH system. 
Vibratory feeders and tracks are commonly used in mass production in Orientation/Feeding for Small parts.
Modular, Parametric, Assembly Tool Set, MPATS that comprises of vibratory feeders, rotary feeders, feed tracks, multi-layer multi gripper robot end-effectors can be used for mixed batch sizes.

Principles of Material Handling System Design:


Materials handling is the movement of raw goods or material from their original site to the point of use in manufacturing, their subsequent manipulation in production processes, and the transfer of finished products from factories and their distribution to users or sales outlets.

Principles of Material Handling System Design include:

  • The system relationships should be studied prior to specification to determine problems, constraints, goals as Orientation Principle.
  • Planning should be done to meet requirements efficiently, but flexibility should be maintained for contingencies as Planning Principle.
  • Receiving, inspection, storage, product, assembly, packaging, warehousing and distribution systems should be coordinated and integrated as Systems Principle.
  • Large but practical Unit Loads should be used as Unit load Principle.
  • All cubic space should be effectively used as Space Utilization Principle.
  • Standard equipment and methods should be used if possible as Standardization Principle.
  • Human limitations should be recognized in human-mechanical systems as Ergonomic Principle.
  • Energy consumption should be considered in economic analysis as Energy Principle.
  • Design for environmental friendliness as Ecology Principle.
  • Automate to increase efficiency, if possible as Mechanization Principle.
  • Methods and equipment that can perform a variety of tasks should be used as Flexibility Principle.
  • Handling steps should be simplified and eliminated if possible as Simplification Principle.
  • Gravity should be used as it is free in Gravity Principle
  • Safe methods and equipment should be provided and safety codes should be followed in Safety Principle.
  • Computerization and automation should be considered in Computerization Principle.
  • Data and material flows should be integrated in System Flow Principle.
  • Multiple viable sequencing and layout solutions should be analyzed in Layout Principle.
  • Alternatives should be compared in terms of cost per unit handled in Cost principle.
  • Preventive maintenance on equipment should be used in Maintenance Principle.
  • An economic plan should be prepared for equipment replacement based on life-cycle costs in Obsolescence Principle.

Types of Material Handling Machines and Equipment:

Material handling equipment and systems are crucial for many companies that need to handle and store bulk material.
Equipment that are designed to move, control, protect or store material through various processes at warehouses and facilities refers to material handling equipment.
Bulk handling material equipment, engineered systems, storage and handling equipment and industrial trucks are four main categories of material handling equipment.

Bulk Handling Material Equipment:

Equipment that transports, stores and controls bulk materials are bulk handling material equipment.
Bulk handling material equipment are designed to move and store materials in a loose form.
Main types of bulk handling material equipment include:
Hoppers: These are large funnel shaped objects with openings that close which are used to pour loose materials into containers.
Reclaimers: These are large machines designed to pick up loose materials from the stockpile of a company.
Conveyor belts: These are are an essential part of a conveyor system which uses drums or pulleys to rotate their belts and move materials in bulk from one location to another.
Stackers: These are key to bulk material handling which can move loose materials to stockpiles on their own.
Bucket and grain elevators: Bucket elevators are used to vertically move bulk materials and transport these materials on a production pathway and sometimes store them.

Engineered systems:

Engineered systems, also known as automated systems refer to automated bulk material handling equipment made to help transport and store materials.
Several pieces of equipment are featured in this automated systems.
The need for manual labor can be removed to complete various tasks by using this system.
The primary kinds of engineered systems include:

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS):

A shuttle is used to pick up loose materials and then place them on needed parts of the system.
It can handle lots of work , and the picking process can be either manually operated or automated.
Racks, shelves and aisles are featured in this systems for easy processing. 
They can also be connected to the network of a a company, making it easy for managers to monitor their stock.

Automated guided vehicles (AGVs):

These are computer operated trucks having sensors and detectors and can be entirely autonomous, moving materials safely around your facility on preset pathways.

Robotic delivery systems:

Automated robotic delivery systems are utilized by many facilities to transport materials.
These systems are typically used by companies to transport materials on an assembly line.

Conveyor systems: 

Several devices and mechanical assemblies are featured in this systems that automatically transport materials throughout a facility.
Conveyor systems come in many varieties, like apron, chain, cleated, overhead and vehicle conveyor systems.

Industrial Trucks:

Industrial trucks can range from small, hand-operated equipment to large, driveable equipment that all designed to assist with material transportation.
Non-stacking and stacking trucks are generally two main categories of industrial trucks.
Non-stacking trucks are mainly designed for transportation while stacking trucks can also be used to load materials and stack them.
Some of the primary kinds of industrial trucks include:

  • Hand trucks: These are commonly called dollies, and are a simple piece of equipment designed to give operators the leverage they need to roll heavy materials to new locations.
  • Sideloaders: These are crafted by manufacturers to fit between narrow aisles, easily picking up items on either side of them.
  • Pallet trucks: Also known as forklifts, pallet trucks are machines operators and can use to lift heavy pallets. Forks designed are featured in these trucks to slip under the pallet, lift it up and then secure it as the operator takes it to a new location. Manual and electrical forklifts can be found in various warehouses around the country.
  • Order pickers: These are used when operators need to access materials stored up high as order pickers can safely lift operators, allowing them to access hard-to-reach materials.

Storage and Handling Equipment:

Materials can be safely stored and organized while they await another stage in the production or distribution process by using storage and handling equipment
This storage equipment may be used to hold materials for short or long periods depending on a company’s needs.
Although storage and handling equipment is stationary, and are not automated, but these are often used by companies with automated systems and equipment.
Some of the most common storage and handling equipment include:

  • Drawers, bins and shelves: Shelving are used to store and organize basic materials. Bins and drawers are more popular when smaller materials needs to be organized in a company that could be easily lost otherwise.
  • Mezzanines: A raised indoor platform that creates another storage area above the ground is referred as Mezzanines. They come in modular, rack supported, free standing, movable and building supported forms and help companies to store items vertically and free up space on their warehouse floor.
  • Racks: Racks are used by companies to store their materials in accessible locations and save floor space. Racks are designed for various uses, such as sliding racks,  pallet tracks, drive-in or drive through racks and push back racks
  • Stacking frames: Stacking frames are designed to easily stack on top of one another. These are one of the main types of storage equipment in material handling, as they can safely store pallets filled with fragile equipment, saving space.

Importance of Material Handling Machines and Equipment:

  • Material Handling Machines and Equipment are crucial for many companies in diverse industries as they improve their workplace's efficiency and safety. 
  • They can also can reduce waste, lower costs and optimize a facility's space.
  • Production stoppages can be reduced by improving the circulation of materials around a facility by outfitting your facility with relevant material handling equipment.
  • Material handling equipment can help you get your materials to key locations quicker and maintain a more consistent flow, which help increasing efficiency 
  • Material handling equipment can help reduce your waste significantly which could be a cause of damaged during transportation and storage when a company relies on manual labor or improper equipment to handle its materials.
  • You can increase your profitability due to decreased work stoppages and errors when you use equipment designed to make your system more efficient and speed up processes and hence lower your costs.
  • Costs related to replacing damaged materials and products can also be reduced as material handling equipment reduces waste.
  • Storage and handling equipment can be used to save space in your warehouse.
  • You will be able to place your aisles more closely together with the help of sideloaders.
  • You can significantly increase your warehouse capacity due to the better use of warehouse space.
  • The need for your staff to do strenuous manual labor can be reduced by using material handling equipment.
  • Machinery designed to do tasks like lifting and hauling heavy materials can increase employee safety as regularly lifting and hauling heavy materials by hand leads to chronic injuries.
  • Secure storage devices and machinery can also prevent materials from falling and hurting staff.

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