Jungheinrich presents integrated solutions at LogiMAT 2017
Jungheinrich will be the largest exhibitor at LogiMAT 2017 with an exhibition space of 804 square metres. Under the theme “CONNECTIVITY FOR YOUR BUSINESS”, Jungheinrich will address the challenges of Intralogistics 4.0 by presenting its integrated solutions, live.
- Jungheinrich offers customers tailor-made solutions to help manage the increasing complexity within supply chains today.
For the duration of the exhibition, taking place on 14-16 March 2017, Jungheinrich will showcase its product and solution innovations at Booth 9B05 in Hall 9. Visitors will see a comprehensive offering of holistic intralogistics solutions in action, featuring state-of-the-art material handling equipment, logistics systems, software and digital solutions.
Steve Richmond, Systems and Projects Director, Jungheinrich UK, comments: "As a leading global intralogistics supplier, Jungheinrich offers customers tailor-made solutions to help manage the increasing complexity within supply chains today. Pressure on organisations to safely and efficiently meet the growing demands of a sustained rise in online shopping and ever more flexible delivery options is making the automation and digitisation of processes essential.
"Visitors to the Jungheinrich booth will have the opportunity to experience our intralogistics solutions first hand, and view a range of the latest Jungheinrich forklift trucks, such as our newest driverless transport vehicles, the EZS350a tow tractor and the EKS215a automated guided vehicle."
Other Jungheinrich models on display at LogiMAT will include the new ERE electric powered pallet truck, new ETV Q20/Q25 – a completely revamped multi-directional reach truck for applications in extremely tight quarters – and IFOY Award 2017 finalist, the EMD 115i lithium-ion battery-powered high lift stacker.
Jungheinrich continues to drive innovation in energy efficiency as a part of its product development, underpinned by its unique 2Shifts1Charge warranty. In 2017, Jungheinrich is looking to expand its in-house production of lithium-ion batteries so that nearly all new forklift trucks will have lithium-ion technology as an option.