This year at Automate, The Raymond Corporation, Andersen Material Handling, and Integrated Systems Design will showcase their “total systems approach” to automation, along with highlighting flexible automation, robotics, telematics, and innovative intralogistics systems to help operations run better and manage smarter.
In Booths 1000 and 1003 in Detroit from May 22 to 25, Greene, N.Y.-based Raymond said it plans to feature technologies that answer today’s business needs, providing flexibility and future scalability. On display will be intelligent intralogistics systems, flexible automation, and robots designed to help operations follow an “optimize, connect, automate” process.
Raymond added that its systems address customer challenges and enable them to achieve maximum productivity, efficiency, and visibility. This approach helps evaluate automation as a part of an entire operation.
The company said its integrated teams can then build a system based on your specific applications and facility to help make processes faster, more reliable and more consistent.
On site to answer any questions will be Martin Buena-Franco, automation products marketing manager for The Raymond Corp.; RC Paschke, vice president of sales and marketing for Andersen Material Handling; and Tony Morgott, vice president of sales for Integrated Systems Design.
Intralogistics and automation systems to check out at Booths 1000 and 1003 include:
Raymond Courier 3020 Automated Tow Tractor with K. Hartwall LiftLiner Tow-train System: Designed to automate horizontal towing in numerous operations, this system is ideal for transfer of parts to production lines and of finished goods to warehouse facilities. It's also suitable for batch picking, as well as end-of-line applications when automated conveyor carts are needed.
Conveyors, flow racks, and robotics: The right storage, organization and transport of products within a facility are critical to the effectiveness of an operation. Raymond offers end-to-end storage systems and handling solutions designed to keep businesses moving. From robotic pallet assembly and disassembly to picking activities, Raymond said its teams can help evaluate options to optimize and then automate a variety of daily material handling tasks.
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