St. Onge Company’s Norm Saenz and Howard Turner were quoted in a recent Logistics Management article about the 2023 Technology Roundtable. They discussed the current state of automation adoption, technology trends, lessons from the pandemic, and the benefits of successful software implementations. Click here to read the article on the Logistics Management site!
St. Onge Company’s Dave Dziwis was a guest on the latest Modern Materials Handling podcast. The episode was about dock management, and Dave laid out what makes dock operations successful. Click here to listen to the podcast on the Modern Materials Handling site!
Our very own Norm Saenz and Don Derewecki were quoted in a recent Modern Materials Handling article discussing the results of their Annual Warehouse and Distribution Center (DC) Equipment Survey conducted by Peerless Research Group. The survey showed that there was an increase in respondents who are holding off on spending, but more facilities are adopting autonomous mobile robots and voice-directed solutions. Norm and Don discussed how, despite a slight slowdown in spending, there is still a lot of interest in automation and information systems. Click here to read the full article on the Modern Materials Handling site!
St. Onge Company’s Bryan Jensen was quoted in a recent Modern Materials Handling article about exoskeleton technology. The article details the present capabilities of exoskeletons, and how to determine if they’re right for your facility. Bryan discussed what factors to analyze when weighing the pros and cons of using exoskeletons. Click here to read the full article on the Modern Materials Handling site!
Our very own Norm Saenz was quoted in a recent Food Logistics article about warehouse automation. He discussed how the labor market affects the need for increased automation, especially in places where the environment is undesirable. Click here to read the article on the Food Logistics website!
Our very own Bryan Jensen recently appeared on the MHI Cast to discuss how technology is enhancing supply chains. Modern advancements like AI and robotics are increasingly making gains in capabilities like last mile delivery and other areas. Click here to listen to the podcast on the MHI website!
In case you haven’t heard, we’re celebrating our 40th year in business! To help us celebrate, Modern Materials Handling interviewed our very own Bryan Jensen to discuss our strong relationships we’ve built with our clients, and how we’ve been able to gain so much experience in the industry. Click here to read the article on the Modern Materials Handling site!
Our very own Norm Saenz and Don Derewecki were quoted in a recent Logistics Management article about their 2023 Warehouse/DC Equipment Survey. The results of the survey showed that while overall spending is down 7%, there is still strong interest in automation and voice-directed solutions. Norm and Don noted that ongoing issues in the labor market are likely driving these interests. Click here to read the full article on the Logistics Management site!
Our very own Don Derewecki was named as a judge for Modern‘s 2023 Productivity Awards! These awards honor companies that made outstanding operational improvements through materials handling systems, warehouse automation or software systems. Click here to read the full article!
St. Onge Company’s Tom Redding was recently a guest on Transition Tea, a podcast by Yellow Brick that focuses on healthcare Transition and Activation Planning. Tom discussed how St. Onge Company can help with all aspects of designing and building a new healthcare facility. Click here to listen to the podcast!
St. Onge Company is Proud to Have Been Ranked Among the Highest-Scoring Businesses on Inc. Magazine’s Annual List of Best Workplaces for 2023
We have been named to Inc. Magazine’s annual Best Workplaces list! Featured in the May/June 2023 issue, the list is the result of a comprehensive measurement of American companies that have excelled in creating exceptional workplaces and company culture, whether operating in a physical or a virtual facility.
From thousands of entries, we are one of only 591 companies honored.