Recently Daifuku was named the #1 Systems Supplier by Modern Material Handling! We are honored and thrilled to be the largest material handling systems supplier. As we continue to grow we are always looking for talented people to join our team! Our North American companies represent a wide range of industries; from automotive to cleanroom to warehouse and robotics, we have something for everyone.
With the Super Bowl taking place in Phoenix, Arizona, our Elite Line Services (ELS) maintenance team at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) has been busy making sure everything is running properly throughout the airport. Sky Harbor serves more than 100,000 passenger with more than 1,200 flights per day on an average day. Monday Feb. 2nd at least 180,000 passengers are expected and will make it the busiest day ever for PHX! Our team provides a rare combination of quality, experience and value throughout the airport.
Every day our most valuable assets walk in the door and that’s why we work hard to keep our employees motivated, inspired, and most importantly happy! Daifuku Webb Holding Company consists of several different companies who have their own specialties. Daifuku America Corporation specializes in automotive and cleanroom automated systems. Jervis B. Webb Company pursues airport baggage handling systems, automatic guided vehicles and industrial conveyors. Elite Line Services focuses on airport facility equipment operation and maintenance. Our newest addition to the Daifuku Webb family is Wynright Corporation that specializes in warehouse automated systems, robotics, automated storage & retrieval systems, order fulfillment and conveyor systems.
Even though we all have our individualized products we work together to create systems to meet our customers’ challenges. What all of our employees have in common is they love what they do, have a passion for innovation and are committed to being the best material handling company in the world! We’re always looking for talented individuals to join any one of our companies.
Chain conveyors are used for all types of applications, from automotive assembly to all types of manufacturing. Chain conveyors got their start in the automotive industry in 1919, revolutionizing the way automobiles were manufactured. Most recently the chain conveyor has seen major improvements to its longevity, with LubriPin™. What’s different about LubriPin? It’s the notches on the top and bottom of the pin that enable the oil to flow quickly down the pin to accurately reach critical lubrication points. See how LubriPin improves the flow of oil compared to traditional conveyor pins.