Flexibility, efficiency and reliability are some of the most important features of today’s intralogistics. Fast response times necessitated by shorter product life cycles and delivery times as well as more frequent turnover—while batch sizes get smaller—mean long-term changes for intralogistics.
That’s why many companies are relying on innovative automation solutions that provide a standardized, automated material flow around the clock. These include automated guided vehicles (AGV), automated high-bay warehouses or continuous conveyors for mechanical transport of goods that are in constant demand. For cost-effective operation, it is imperative to have drives that are durable and high-performance while also being extremely compact. This is the only way to cut costs for the long term while increasing flexibility and speed.