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Rocla brings ART to logistics

Rocla Oy
Thursday, 7 Feb 2019 ( #909 )
The new solution is fast, agile and efficient.
Each year the visitors of LogiMAT have a chance to discover what is new in intralogistics automation. This is now especially true for those visiting Rocla's stand and witnessing their newest innovation in action. Rocla is introducing a new solution for automated pallet handling, with which new customers can benefit from automation for the very first time in their logistic operation. The key features of this new solution are speed, agility, efficiency and safety.

And what would you say about operating in an aisle width of 3 meters? The unique solution is multipurpose and especially interesting for professionals who are responsible for warehousing operations.

Find out more at LogiMAT Stuttgart on Rocla stand D61 in hall 10
or attend Rocla's presentation at the Innovations forum on Tuesday 19.2 at 13:00 (hall 9).
Rocla looks forward to bringing ART to your logistics!

Rocla Oy
AGV International Sales
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This year you will find Rocla in hall 10.
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