Wednesday, February 8, 2023
ABB Robotics is starting the trade fair year 2023 with its participation in LogiMAT and interpack 2023. At the two trade fairs in Stuttgart and Düsseldorf, ABB will be presenting solutions for logistics and packaging processes in various industries.
The right mix of industrial robots, cobots, autonomous mobile robots (AMR), complete cells and software brings flexibility and speed to production halls, warehouses or packaging stations – whether in a large corporation or in an SME.
Fast and reliable order fulfillment at the LogiMAT
The cross-industry individualization trend is driving the shift from the classic production line to modular, flexible production – and thus flexible logistics. In warehouse logistics, in material transport or in order picking, robot-based automation creates a decisive speed advantage.
ABB automation solutions help to process the flow of goods faster and more reliably. Fast and efficient order processing for e-commerce, logistics, health care and other industries is the focus of ABB Robotics’ trade fair presence at LogiMAT 2023.
Robot-based packaging processes at interpack
At interpack 2023, ABB Robotics will be showing solutions for modern packaging processes. With classic industrial robots, collaborative robots and user-friendly software, ABB offers a comprehensive portfolio for the packaging industry. All solutions are designed to make picking, packing and palletizing easier, faster and more efficient.
“LogiMAT and interpack are important industry meetings for the logistics and packaging industry. At both trade fairs, ABB Robotics will be showing its diverse solutions for logistics and packaging processes, which can be adapted to all sectors and company sizes,” says Jörg Rommelfanger, Head of ABB’s Robotics Division in Germany. “By expanding our portfolio to include autonomous mobile robots, ABB is the only company offering a comprehensive and integrated range of robots, AMR and machine automation solutions. With ABB, our customers have a partner at their side to jointly tackle the opportunities and challenges of individualization, labor shortages, flexibility and interrupted supply chains.”
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