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Inside Forkliftaction
There's no doubt that the materials handling world is changing, and automation is one of the major developments.
As we report this week, there are already more than half a million AGVs in action around the world - almost half of them deployed by e-commerce giant Amazon.
And while AGVs are increasingly finding their way into warehouses and other operations, the next technology wave to consider is fully autonomous robots. These devices are no longer in the realm of science fiction, and research indicates that by the year 2030, there will be almost 3 million fully automated robots in operation - outstripping the anticipated 2.5 million AGVs in the market at that stage.
Movers & Shakers
digital and strategy director
Bis Henderson Consulting, United Kingdom
board member
KION Group, Germany
senior advisor
BYD, China
board member
Jungheinrich, Germany
Featured Business
Techence Forks Limited
Small-batch and large-size forks manufacturer.
Editorial Calendar
1. BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES - Feb/Mar 2020
2. AUTOMATED FORKLIFTS - Apr/May 2020
3. SAFETY SOLUTIONS - Sep/Oct 2020
4. MH MANUFACTURING IN NORTH AMERICA - Nov/Dec 2020
Machinery-onQ Listings
Crown SP3522
  • CrownSP3522
  • 2008 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
Nissan AS1N1L13T
  • NissanAS1N1L13T
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
Nyk FBRO25-80-300AF
  • NykFBRO25-80-300AF
  • 2015 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Clark C80D
  • ClarkC80D
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
  • GBP 31,220
Still RX20-16P
  • StillRX20-16P
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • Czech Republic
  • EUR 7,800
TCM SD10Z6C
  • TCMSD10Z6C
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Mitsubishi FG35T
  • MitsubishiFG35T
  • 2004 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Raymond 425C30TT
  • Raymond425C30TT
  • 2012 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Caterpillar V155C
  • CaterpillarV155C
  • 1993 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
  • GBP 9,850
Toyota 7FBR14
  • Toyota7FBR14
  • 2008 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Fact of the week
Until 1900, India was the only source for diamonds in the world.
Ancient 'Hobbits'
When a tiny skeleton dubbed the 'hobbit' was discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003, it added an entirely new twig 'Homo floresiensis' to our family tree. Their size is an example of an evolutionary 'island effect', and new research suggests that they could have evolved from H. erectus quickly, in less than 10,000 years.
Inside Forkliftaction
There's no doubt that the materials handling world is changing, and automation is one of the major developments.
As we report this week, there are already more than half a million AGVs in action around the world - almost half of them deployed by e-commerce giant Amazon.
And while AGVs are increasingly finding their way into warehouses and other operations, the next technology wave to consider is fully autonomous robots. These devices are no longer in the realm of science fiction, and research indicates that by the year 2030, there will be almost 3 million fully automated robots in operation - outstripping the anticipated 2.5 million AGVs in the market at that stage.
Movers & Shakers
digital and strategy director
Bis Henderson Consulting, United Kingdom
board member
KION Group, Germany
senior advisor
BYD, China
board member
Jungheinrich, Germany
Editorial Calendar
1. BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES - Feb/Mar 2020
2. AUTOMATED FORKLIFTS - Apr/May 2020
3. SAFETY SOLUTIONS - Sep/Oct 2020
4. MH MANUFACTURING IN NORTH AMERICA - Nov/Dec 2020
Fact of the week
Until 1900, India was the only source for diamonds in the world.
Ancient 'Hobbits'
When a tiny skeleton dubbed the 'hobbit' was discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003, it added an entirely new twig 'Homo floresiensis' to our family tree. Their size is an example of an evolutionary 'island effect', and new research suggests that they could have evolved from H. erectus quickly, in less than 10,000 years.
Inside Forkliftaction
There's no doubt that the materials handling world is changing, and automation is one of the major developments.
As we report this week, there are already more than half a million AGVs in action around the world - almost half of them deployed by e-commerce giant Amazon.
And while AGVs are increasingly finding their way into warehouses and other operations, the next technology wave to consider is fully autonomous robots. These devices are no longer in the realm of science fiction, and research indicates that by the year 2030, there will be almost 3 million fully automated robots in operation - outstripping the anticipated 2.5 million AGVs in the market at that stage.
Movers & Shakers
digital and strategy director
Bis Henderson Consulting, United Kingdom
board member
KION Group, Germany
senior advisor
BYD, China
board member
Jungheinrich, Germany
Featured Business
Combilift Ltd
Manufactures world class 4-way Handling Solutions
Editorial Calendar
1. BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES - Feb/Mar 2020
2. AUTOMATED FORKLIFTS - Apr/May 2020
3. SAFETY SOLUTIONS - Sep/Oct 2020
4. MH MANUFACTURING IN NORTH AMERICA - Nov/Dec 2020
Machinery-onQ Listings
TCM SD10Z6C
  • TCMSD10Z6C
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Nyk FBRO25-80-300AF
  • NykFBRO25-80-300AF
  • 2015 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Raymond 425C30TT
  • Raymond425C30TT
  • 2012 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Caterpillar V155C
  • CaterpillarV155C
  • 1993 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
  • GBP 9,850
Toyota 7FBR14
  • Toyota7FBR14
  • 2008 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Clark C80D
  • ClarkC80D
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
  • GBP 31,220
Nissan AS1N1L13T
  • NissanAS1N1L13T
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
Mitsubishi FG35T
  • MitsubishiFG35T
  • 2004 | Used - Sale
  • Japan
Still RX20-16P
  • StillRX20-16P
  • 2013 | Used - Sale
  • Czech Republic
  • EUR 7,800
Crown SP3522
  • CrownSP3522
  • 2008 | Used - Sale
  • United Kingdom
Fact of the week
Until 1900, India was the only source for diamonds in the world.
Ancient 'Hobbits'
When a tiny skeleton dubbed the 'hobbit' was discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003, it added an entirely new twig 'Homo floresiensis' to our family tree. Their size is an example of an evolutionary 'island effect', and new research suggests that they could have evolved from H. erectus quickly, in less than 10,000 years.