Warehouse Automation

Automated warehouse forklift solutions are the best option for increasing productivity and reducing operation costs. To become a leader in your industry, you need to invest in warehouse automation. We are ready to help you schedule a meeting with a team of experienced engineers trained to analyze and fix problems in any facility. Our automated warehouse solutions can help to reduce errors while quickly allowing you a return on your investment.

Toyota Material Handling and Bastian Solutions have partnered so we can offer you the best material handling systems integration possible. This partnership will support our customers in a new era of material handling.

Bastian Solutions

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Industrial Robotics

Pick-to-Place and Case Packing

Bastian Solutions has created a high-speed pick and place solution that automatically inspects for quality control, fast and accurate packing, or rapid sortation. 


  • Automates fast-moving conveyor process
  • Improves productivity and product quality
  • Provides high-speed output
  • Reduces cost by eliminating fixtures

End of Arm Tool

Robotic end-of-arm tools will precisely handle products and automate the palletizing or depalletizing process. There are multiple configurations available that will meet the needs of any application. 


  • Handles products gently
  • Reduces production costs
  • Reduces ergonomic issues

Pallet Assembly and Disassembly

Robotic pallet assembly and disassembly solutions use the latest technology and are customized depending on the customer’s specific application. Achieve automatic pallet building and depalletizing with Bastian Solutions products.

Palletizing solutions include:

  • Case Palletizing
  • Bag Palletizing
  • Robotic Depalletizing
  • Scrap Metal Palletizing
  • Mixed Load Palletizing
  • Battery Palletizing

Conveyor Sorting Systems

Automated Conveyor System

Automated Warehouse Conveyor Sorting Types:

Bastian Solutions has designed solutions that select individual items from a conveyor line and place them in the correct shipping receptacles. Pick and robots in the Bastian Solutions product line can even pick as quickly as 300 per minute.

  • Sortation conveyors: Used to separate products into specific destination areas for better distribution and productivity. These are ideal for moving products of varying weights and sizes.
  • Merge conveyors: Used to arrange products flowing from multiple lines of infeed conveyor by combining many product lines into a single stream for further processing downstream.
  • Gapping Belt Induction conveyors: Used to adjust gaps between products on a conveyor line. This allows for easy sorting and scanning.
  • Accumulation conveyors: Used for transporting and accumulating cartons, which are efficiently queued and fed into sorting, wrapping, palletizing, strapping, or various other processes.

ZiPline Conveyor System

The Zipline Conveyor is the most advanced line of conveyors available. These conveyors can increase productivity using proven automation software and high-quality material. It is a cost-effective solution molded from decades of research and development.

Zipline Conveyors boasts a modular design, giving it maximum flexibility, unlimited combinations, and easy installation. The modular design makes it possible to meet the needs of every customer.

Automated Warehouse Picking Systems


Using Goods-to-person order fulfillment, products are moved directly to operators, who pick what is required to fill orders. These systems can increase the efficiency and accuracy of the picking process.

Automated Voice Picking

Voice Picking

Voice picking is the order-picking solution used in operations where multiple SKUs exist. This solution is easy to learn and allows the operator’s hands and eyes to remain free, helping them focus on their task. Operators receive a mobile device, headset, and an optional barcode scanner.


A Pick-to-Light uses a light-directed picking system that provides clear fulfillment instructions. This is an easy-to-learn, accurate, and efficient method of picking or sorting products.

Automated Picking System

Put to Light

Many operators use this solution to replenish their product stock. Lights are mounted on shelving or racking to direct operators’ actions. An operator will scan the container’s barcode on an inbound container, and the system will turn the lights on and display the appropriate quantity for the order.

Put Wall

Many opertors use this solution to handle large orders in a small area. A Put Wall is a paperless process that will increase efficiency and accuracy. A wall of compartments and light indicators represent different customer orders. Lights help direct the operator until the order is complete. 

RF Handheld Scanner

RF Handheld Scanners

This mobile platform provides operators access to information needed to keep the warehouse operating smoothly.

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems

Automated Warehouse System

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems are made specifically to fit the productivity needs of your operation. These systems help you move whole pallets or achieve high-velocity movement.

Unit Load: Moves standard unit loads. Ideal for high-density storage spaces with high throughput.
Mini Load: You use this in narrow aisles to deliver retried items to a single, first-level point.
Pallet Shuffle: Used to move palletized goods to specific warehouse locations.

These systems allow you to expand the overall storage space in facilities. Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems eliminate the need for wide aisle spacing and reduce the space needed for forklifts. Operators can streamline processes and manage better when demand is high.

Automated Industrial Control Systems

Do you want full access and an understanding of operations and facilities managers as they begin to integrate automation? Our Industrial Control Devices monitor, adjust, and maintain the automated and manual aspects of your equipment and operational processes.

Human Machine Interface (HMI): Get connected to your system with a Human Machine Interface. An HMI helps monitor and control a conveyor system using 3-D screens and alarm systems that will help you pinpoint exactly where an emergency stop device was activated. Get real-time system status, shipping/sortation statistics, and energy monitoring.

Custom Panel:
Get custom-made panels to keep your costs down. We partner with Bastian Solutions, which will build panels that make a new system function efficiently.

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