Swisslog Releases Brochure on Alert Messaging for TransLogic Pneumatic Tube Systems

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Alert Messaging is a communication tool that enables hospital engineering staff to receive messages on the status of their pneumatic tube system.

Swisslog, a leading provider of automated material transport solutions for hospitals, introduces Alert Messaging software, which provides automated alerts via existing facility communication products on key pneumatic tube system transport events.

Alert Messaging provides hospital departments and engineering staff with a dynamic communication tool to monitor pneumatic tube system events such as user-related problems, maintenance issues, equipment and communciation failures --improving system maintenance, increasing user productivity, and reducing the potential for system downtime.

To receive a copy of the Alert Messaging brochure, contact Swisslog Healthcare Solutions at 1-800-764-0300 or email healthcare(at)

About Swisslog
Swisslog is a global provider of integrated logistics solutions for warehouses, distribution centers, and hospitals. Its comprehensive services portfolio ranges from building complex warehouses and distribution centers to implementing Swisslog's own software. In addition Swisslog provides intra-company logistics solutions for hospitals as well as software and consulting services in the field of supply chain management.

Swisslog's Healthcare Solutions division is the world leader providing logistics automation mainly for healthcare markets. Swisslog has installed hospital material transport and pharmacy automation systems in more than 2,000 hospital and pharmacies throughout the world. Swisslog offers total system design, manufacturing, installation and customer support providing a complete hospital supply chain management approach to logistics challenges. Swisslog Healthcare Solutions division headquarters is located in Denver, CO with corporate headquarters in Buchs/Aarau, Switzerland. For more information, visit or call toll-free 1-800-764-0300.


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