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Loading Automation, Inc., and Joloda & Hydraroll Ltd., Acquire Advanced Handling Systems

December 26, 2006

WILMINGTON, N.C. – Loading Automation, Inc., a provider of automated trailer loading systems, has acquired Advanced Handling Systems (AHS), a division of Morgan Truck Body, LLC (previously Morgan Corp.), creating a strategic alliance between the two companies.Wilmington-based Loading Automation, Inc., is a material handling systems integration company specializing in Automated Trailer Loading Systems (ATLS). Along with Joloda International Ltd., worldwide manufacturer of Joloda and Hydraroll brand truck and dockside automation solutions, Loading Automation's conveyor systems are used to cost-effectively automate shipping and receiving processes at the dock. Material handling systems offered by Loading Automation Inc. are designed to handle a variety of products, including ULD airfreight containers, slip-sheeted or palletized loads, bulk product loads, and special-application component parts.Loading Automation, Inc. will supply Morgan Truck Body’s distributor network with Hydraroll's pneumatic retractable rollerbed systems, and their staff will continue to work with the Morgan sales division to develop new vehicle loading and dock automation advancements for the transportation industry.
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