AMH AUTOMATED MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEM
Materials Handling Solutions to fit your space and circulation needs.
P.V. Supa was to first company in the library industry to offer automatic solutions for materials handling, return and sorting. We offer solutions that will fit small spaces to systems that service very large and complex central sorting operations. Every situation is unique with specific requirements whether single item return, “drop and go” stack return or central sorting with inbound and outbound logistics. Our new 3rdgeneration software enables you to take full benefit of your collection management and optimize the material flow.
In small spaces scale – the visual size of objects in relation to one another – is key to a successful implementation. But don’t think that small scale means sacrificing functionality or efficiency! P.V. Supa offers a solution to fit your needs. This scalable solution offers even the smallest libraries the benefit of an automated sorter.
Even moderate and large size libraries sometimes struggle with space limitations when it comes to implementing an AMH system; multiple demands of space use, odd floor layouts, or building structures that cannot be easily changed or modified. P.V. Supa’s modular AMH is the answer. Scalable from 2 – 255 sorts, this modular system fits into practically any space. Our dedicated staff will work with you to design a system to meet the specific requirements for your library.
Central Sorting demands higher than normal capacity and functionality. Grigora, our newest modular, ultra-high capacity sorter, meets those demands. Grigora, is fully modular, which allows libraries the flexibility to design a system to meet their current needs, and to expand or reconfigure the system as those needs change.
P.V. Supa offers a range of add-on accessories to enhance efficiency, ergonomics, and workflow for library staff. From bins to trolleys and products in-between, there is a solution to meet the specific needs of your library. Our innovative staff are also eager to work with libraries to develop new products or improve on our existing products. Have an idea? Let’s talk!