Lexington, KY April 18, 2007 – Shelf Plus, the maker of the CompuCRIB® automated MRO storage system has been awarded a 2007 Best Practices award by the readers of the Plant Services magazine. In December, 2006 award entries were emailed to registered readers inviting them to vote on the preferred solution. Shelf Plus was chosen as the winner in the Software/Systems category.
We are honored to receive this award by the readers Plant Services magazine. Our customers tell us daily that our secure, automated MRO storage system helps them reduce costs and gain control over their MRO parts process. It is rewarding to see that the readers of Plant Services agree.”
Shelf Plus® entry outlined how its automated crib-based system reduces MRO inventory costs as much as 20% compared to conventional electronic parts management systems and as much as 40% over a manual systems.
How It Works
CompuCRIB® combines the latest in automated parts storage equipment with CribMaster computer software to bring new levels of speed, efficiency, security and accuracy to MRO parts management.
With CompuCRIB®, employees don’t wait for crib personnel to locate and retrieve parts they need. Instead, they gain instant access to needed parts through password security, and are back on the job with the parts they need in seconds.
To ensure complete, accurate control of parts distribution process, CompuCrib’s® video monitoring systems records on video tape each retrieval transaction, including employee number, parts retrieved, time and date.
For more information about the CompuCRIB® system, go to www.compucrib.com.
About ShelfPlus and CompuCRIB®
Since 1977, hundreds of satisfied customers have selected ShelfPlus for professional assistance with planning and implementing cost-effective manufacturing and storage facilities. CompuCRIB® combines the latest in automated parts storage equipment with specialized Windows-based computer software to bring new levels of speed, efficiency, security and accuracy to MRO parts management.