Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Indy 500

Preparation, Opportunity And Winning – At Indy 500 And In Business

When Tony Kanaan was about to start the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, I’m sure people wished him “Good luck”  . . . after which I imagine he probably thought something like, “Yeah, I’ve heard that before.” After all, Sunday marked Kanaan’s 12th try at Indy. Described as “enormously popular,” the 38-year-old Brazilian had made 11 previous Indy 500 attempts. He had even led in eight Read More →

Indy 500 trophy

What Does It Take To Win The Indy 500?

Memorial Day is just around the corner, and with it comes the unofficial start of summer, lots and lots of outdoor grilling and, of course, the Indy 500. For those of you keeping count, Sunday marks the 97th running of The 500, considered one of the most prestigious motorsports events in the world. I’m expecting the competition this year to be particularly fierce since two Read More →

SencorpWhite VLM

Another First: The Installation Of Five ClassicMat VLMs

2013 is shaping up to be a year of “firsts” for SencorpWhite. Last month, I announced that SencorpWhite and our partner Grifols went live with a ground-breaking storage and retrieval installation in the United States. This year, we’ve also expanded our customer service program, assembled a VLM in record time . . . And now here’s another: SencorpWhite just completed an installation of the White Read More →

Made In The USA And Packaged In The USA Both Making Comebacks

Time Magazine recently devoted its cover story to a bright spot in the U.S. economy, calling it “perhaps the best economic news the U.S. has witnessed since the rise of Silicon Valley.” Why all the optimism? Because “Made in the USA” is making a comeback. According to Time: “Climbing out of the recession, the U.S. has seen its manufacturing growth outpace that of other advanced Read More →

SencorpWhite pharmacy automation

“60 Minutes” Interview Highlights Need For More Secure Automated Pharmacy Storage Systems

This past Sunday night, “60 Minutes” aired a chilling interview with one of the nation’s most prolific serial killers. As you may recall, this serial killer was convicted in 2006 after admitting he murdered up to 40 people while working as a critical care nurse. He administered lethal doses of medications to patients over a period of sixteen years at seven different hospitals. How could Read More →