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Lxe cold storage solutions
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Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
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Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
Lxe cold storage solutions
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Lxe cold storage solutions
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  • 1. Cold Chain Solutions
    Steven Lane
    Sr. Mgr, Marketing
    3 June 2010
  • 2. Goals Today
  • 3. COLD STORAGE
    • The economic downturn has had limited impact on the food industry.
    • 4. Traceability regulations (the so-called “farm-to-fork” laws) demand real-time data management, it means there’s a need.
    • 5. Who uses cold storage?
    • 6. Food processing
    • 7. Distribution
    • 8. Retail
    • 9. 3PL
    • 10. Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare
    • 11. Ports
    • 12. Outdoor logistics
    3
  • 13. WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
    COLD ENVIRONMENTS
    • Materials can become brittle
    • 14. Some plastics can become brittle
    • 15. Keyboards
    • 16. Rubber gaskets
    • 17. Liquid crystal displays can freeze
    • 18. Touch screens can malfunction as ice develops between screen and front bezel
    • 19. Connectors shrink and loosen
    • 20. Mounting brackets on fork-trucks loosen
    4
    4
  • 21. WHY IS IT SO SPECIFIC?
    STANDARD MOBILE COMPUTERS WON’T LAST
    • Transitions between cold and warmer environments
    • 22. Condensation causes corrosion
    • 23. Fogging
    • 24. Frost
    • 25. Standard batteries fail
    • 26. Low-light conditions
    • 27. Hard to see the display
    • 28. Hard to read keyboard
    • 29. Operators are challenged physically
    • 30. Gloves
    • 31. Bulky, cumbersome clothing
    5
    5
  • 32. MARKET DATA
    • 23% of all US warehouse space is refrigerator / freezer / climate controlled storage.
    • 33. 78% of all cold space is freezer space
    • 34. Frozen foods represent 1/3 of total food service sales
    • 35. Cold Storage is growing 2.5% per year
    • 36. Typical warehouse temps
    • 37. Fresh cut produce: 4ºC (39ºF)
    • 38. Fresh meats: 0ºC (32ºF)
    • 39. Frozen foods storage: -18ºC (0ºF) to – 25ºC (-13ºF)
    • 40. Ice Cream: -28ºC (-18ºF)
    • 41. Blast freezing: -28º to -35ºC (-31ºF)
    6
  • 42. LXE’S COLD STORAGE EXPERIENCE
    OVER 20 YEARS
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    7
  • 43. CUSTOMER TESTIMONIAL
    “Arctic Cold Storage has been converting our old freezer rated computers to the LXE MX7CS handheld.  Immediately the operators noticed how light and balanced the units are and productivity has increased.  With the help of Miles Data, LXE helped set up the MX7CS units with Stay-Linked and they are working well.  The service and support we have received has been phenomenal.” 
     
    Jay Condon
    General Manager, Arctic Cold Storage
    8
  • 44. CUSTOMER TESTIMONIAL
    “Kehe Food Distributors purchased LXE RF equipment with the heater option to work within our freezer environment.  The equipment has worked as advertised and it has been great to not have to deal with heater boots and extra batteries.  Everything packed into one unit has made it much easier to manage.  From the sales team to the service team, it is nice having a partner like LXE that understands my needs and executes on their promises.”
     
    Jay Rogers
    Director of Distribution Services, Kehe Food Distributors
    9
  • 45. LARGEST COLD STORAGE LINE
    Handheld
    Vehicle Mount
    Hands-Free
    HX3
    10
    10
  • 46. THE LXE DIFFERENCE
    • Internal heaters
    • 47. For display and scan window
    • 48. Fight fog, frost and condensation
    • 49. Heated boots and holsters are an inefficient workaround
    • 50. Batteries must be replaced
    • 51. Must be worn, warm clothing is cumbersome enough
    • 52. They wear out
    • 53. Heater Controls
    • 54. Thermostat or user controlled for energy conservation
    • 55. Military-grade conformal coating
    • 56. Protects electronics against condensation
    • 57. Desiccant packs are unreliable and must be replaced regularly
    • 58. Specialized low-temp batteries
    • 59. Normal batteries simply do not work
    • 60. Keyboard Options
    • 61. Multiple keypad options and flexible key mapping
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    11
  • 62. MX7CS
    • Operating Temperature -22º to +122ºF
    • 63. Heaters are thermostatically controlled-Shut off at 0ºC to conserve battery
    • 64. Specialized low-impedance Li-ion battery
    -On-board battery instead of tethered
    • Smallest and lightest cold storage handheld available
    • 65. Multiple backlit keypad options
    -Large backlit, non-slip keys -Rugged epoxy coating
    -Mappable keys
    • Bright screen for easy viewing in low-lit areas
    • 66. Tough handle with non-slip grip- Large 2-finger scan trigger – Easy For gloved hands
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    12
  • 67. MX9CS
    • Operating Temperature -22º to +122º F
    • 68. Software controlled thermostat set points
    -Heater on/off control
    • Ultra-rugged IP67 Rating
    • 69. Fully-mappable, 62- & 38-key backlit keypads
    • 70. Fast Processors – PXA320, 800 MHz
    • 71. WWAN/GPS options available
    • 72. Longer battery life
    -4.5 hours (half-shift) at -30ºC continuous
    13
  • 73. VX6 & VX7
    • Operating Temperature -22º to +122º F
    • 74. Used in cold storage facilities worldwide
    • 75. Rugged half-screen & full screen form factors
    • 76. Heater eliminates fog and frost
    • 77. Components and connectors protected by military-grade conformal coating
    • 78. Precision fit parts and thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) o-rings for maximum protection from ice, water and dust
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    14
  • 79. Kärv & Förj
    • Operating Temperature -22º to +122º F
    • 80. Rugged full screen form factors
    • 81. Heater eliminates fog and frost
    • 82. Small footprint for safe driving
    • 83. High strength magnesium housing
    • 84. Windows® XP
    • 85. WWAN available
    15
  • 86. HX3
    • Operating Temperature
    -40° to 122°F
    • Hands-free/Eyes-free operation
    • 87. Certified by most major voice software providers
    • 88. Large buttons – Easy for gloved hands
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  • 89. Can the right computer show ROI?
    Technology and Morale
    Technology for all of us is a “tool”
    In the warehouse mobile computing technology is a tool used for:
    Transaction tracking
    Accuracy tracking
    Productivity tracking
    All of us are measured on “Productivity”
    If our tools make us more productive, that is Win-Win
    How can you be sure the tools you provide will be accepted, taken care of, and boost productivity?
    17
  • 90. Give Your Workers a Voice
    Let your workforce have a voice in the tools they use
    Show them options and trade-offs
    Let your workers have input to work flow
    Let the workers “keep” their tools
    Reward productivity
    18
  • 91. Understanding your user
    “Lost” Their Voice
    20 years ago Mobile Computers were bought, installed and supported by Warehouse managers
    “Before there was an IT department”
    The workers had a say in the tools they used
    Today
    IT and Purchasing decide
    “They are all about the same…all about price now”
    Many times Warehouse workers get told what tools they will use by people who don’t understand the job
    19
  • 92. What is the right technology?
    Keys to the “Right Tool”
    Easy to use
    Is there when they need it
    Does what it is supposed to
    Workers like it
    20
  • 93. Productivity leads to ROI
    Productivity Scenario A
    15 minutes to hand load a pallet and “scan as you build in the freezer”
    4 pallets/worker/hr
    8 hrs/shift
    30 workers
    960 pallets per shift
    21
  • 94. Productivity leads to ROI
    Productivity Scenario B
    16 minutes to hand load a pallet and “scan outside the freezer”
    3.75 pallets/worker/hr
    8 hrs/shift
    30 workers
    900 pallets per shift
    22
  • 95. Productivity leads to ROI
    Productivity Example
    The standard size for a pallet is 48x45. In a 53’ truck you can fit 26 pallets in total, 13 on each side. Double stacked that's 52.
    In our example a loss of efficiency of just 4 minutes every hour per worker resulted in a loss of 60 pallets per shift.
    You will lose 1 – 2 truck loads per shift or 3 – 6 trucks per day, every day.
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  • 96. Learn more
    Contact Mark Dessommes, LXE
    Dessommes.m@lxe.com
    Thank you!

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