Vidir Solutions is dedicated to supporting, promoting, and inspiring women in all areas of manufacturing. In Canada as a whole, women account for 48 percent of the labour force but only 28 percent of the manufacturing workforce. This job share rate has not changed in more than 30 years. Vidir is working to create change […]
If you’ve tuned in to previous episodes of the Vertical with Vidir podcast, you’ve learned about the impacts our company has made in the industrial, retail and manufacturing industries. So, today, we’re diving into the experiences of one of our clients. You’ll get a closer look at how vertical lift solutions support the end-user – one customer at a time.
With the COVID-19 Pandemic, many companies moved online. Vidir and the broader world are seeing a lot of changes in the retail industry. The demand for automation and new technology is forcing retail outlets to change how they do business.
As companies begin adjusting their facilities and day-to-day operations for a post-pandemic world, many of them deal with the challenges of ramping up production and fulfillment efficiently and safely.
Many don’t have the luxury of expanding their current facility to meet their needs, explained Robin Chestnut, a member of Vidir’s sales team.
How did a family company making storage solutions out of necessity grow to become a trusted leader in vertical storage and inventory management solutions? For answers, Vertical with Vidir went straight to the source. Ernest Rempel, CEO, and Peter Dueck, Co-Owner of Vidir, spoke about its evolution and growth during the past 35 years.
How VLMs Elevate Aviation Maintenance Inventory Vertical lift machines, sometimes also referred to as vertical lift modules and VLMs, exist to achieve a singular goal – to provide smart, adaptable inventory management that boosts employee safety and elevates productivity within a footprint that helps you maximize storage density. VLMs excel in many industries, but they’ve […]