ICA has combined a number of the latest technologies to provide industries that use warehousing with a fast, accurate and safe alternative to running expensive forklift fleets.

ASRS Crane Systems

The Radio Frequency (RF) controlled Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) from ICA is a completely customisable technology that serves order picking, storing, packaging or any other materials handling function for businesses of all types

  • Food
  • Packaging
  • Retail
  • Manufacturing
  • Wholesaling
  • Third party logistics
  • Shipping / Transport.

The Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) are generally utilised for
distribution and storage centres, where large volumes of product are required to be
stored and space is paramount.

Product is stored within multilane and tier racking. The product data is stored and controlled within a main warehouse system which controls the requirements for
order request to be processed.

Benefits of ASRS Crane Systems
  • Crane systems associated with storage racks can be multiple layers high,
    wide and deep.
  • Cranes run along a fixed path and are able to associate with pockets in the
    racking for delivery or picking of product.
  • All ASRS cranes include both laser positioning and RF communication

High Speed Sortation Systems

  • Turnkey material handling solutions
  • Tilt tray sorter
  • Cross belt sorter
  • Straight line sorter
  • Infeed and outfeed conveyor systems
  • Total software integrated package
  • Airports, postal, parcel, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution.

our reputation
within the industry

While we create one-off solutions, we never treat our customer relationships that way. ICA prides itself on building long standing, ongoing partnerships with our clients. Our ability to continue to add value to our clients’ plant efficiency and production is fundamental to our success, and our intimate knowledge of the specifics of materials handling in every client industry is the reason we enjoy satisfied clients and long-term relationships.

The reason clients choose ica

Our Point of Difference

ICA has the expertise, capacity and financial strength to undertake any size project anywhere in the world. As a provider of turnkey solutions, ICA provides a complete in-house service including engineering, design, manufacture, supply, installation and electronic process control from concept through to commissioning. With a combined experience of more than 300 years in materials handling technology you can rely on the ICA team to successfully deliver your next project.

Our Company

Formed in 1979, ICA is a privately-owned company with a 40+ year history of global engineering excellence, driven by a stable, skilled workforce. Wholly Australian owned and operated, our Head Office and manufacturing facilities are located in Bendigo, 160 kilometres north of Melbourne in Central Victoria. On our 15 hectares of land we have a total developed factory complex of over 10,000 square metres within three separate fabrication and assembly buildings. Our Melbourne office in Tullamarine also provides design and sales support.

Our Capabilities

Custom design and turnkey solutions, from micro projects to multi-site global installations. ICA have industry specific expertise, and provide in-house design, manufacture, testing and commissioning. Our team are expert installers providing custom training and ongoing site support.

Turnkey Systems

Turnkey systems are the most cost-effective way of achieving the best system solution for materials handling. ICA specialises in delivering turnkey systems that are adaptable and versatile – enabling you to include and remove components as required. We're a company of inventors and innovators who love starting from scratch to create the best possible system that totally meets your needs, now and into the future. We design modular systems to allow for upgrades and we are able to be involved on an ongoing basis to ensure your equipment is maintained to optimal efficiency. Modular turnkey systems give you the advantage as the latest software, control and sensor technologies can be brought into play - and this is the key to providing market adaptability.