Logistics integrator, KNAPP, will present the latest generation of its AI-enabled Pick-it-Easy Robot at this year’s LogiMAT thunder 다운로드. The new robot, designed for fully automatic single-item picking, will be presented on the KNAPP stand (B05 in Hall 3) at the exhibition, which takes place in Stuttgart from 10 to 12 March Ied without knowing.
New pocket sorter system
KNAPP has also been developing its intelligent pocket sortation system, which is ideal for the demands of online retail Lineage 2 Revolution download. KNAPP group member, Dürkopp Fördertechnik, will present a completely new type of pocket sorter system on the KNAPP stand at LogiMAT – designed to deliver consistently high performance while storing, picking and sorting e-commerce items in a space-effective and flexible manner, arranging them into the precise sequence required for dispatch 헬프유 다운로드.
KNAPP UK to exhibit at IntraLogisteX
A team from KNAPP UK will be ready to welcome visitors to stand 604 at the IntraLogisteX show at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena on 31 March and 1 April Rubber. Said Craig Rollason, Managing Director, “As well as informing visitors about KNAPP’s latest developments in AI-enabled robotics and the new pocket sorter that we will be launching later this year, we’ll be discussing our full range of automated intralogistics solutions – including the OSR Shuttle™ Evo storage system, ergonomic Pick-it-Easy Evo workstations, A-frame autopickers, Open Shuttle AGVs, the AI-powered and cloud-based redPILOT software and the hanging garment technology of KNAPP group member, Dürkopp Fördertechnik.”
KNAPP is focused on delivering integrated solutions for automated intralogistics, with many clients needing to handle both flat-packed goods and hanging garments Hanme hitter. KNAPP customers in the UK and Eire include brands such as John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Boots, Staples, Clarks, British Gas, Well, J P Boden, Kuehne + Nagel, Sigma Pharmaceuticals and IKEA WizMall.