TRAPO AG makes a real impression at LogiMAT with intelligent applications and maximum energy efficiency

Gescher, March 2016. Over 100 enquiries and firm contracts: For TRAPO AG the presence at LogiMAT in Stuttgart was a complete success. The think tank from Gescher-Hochmoor impressed the specialist audience with flowing transitions between production and intralogistics. Besides intelligent applications, cross-sector, tailor-made system solutions for manufacturing, assembly and dispatch stood in the limelight.

TRAPO AG responds to logistical challenges of globalization through total concepts “Made in Germany“ and targeted process optimisation of existing production flows. Visitors acquainted themselves with the core competences – made in Germany. They experienced live the multi-function gripper, comprising the patented small-load carrier (KLT) gripper, a suction- and an orange gripper. The KLT-gripper demonstrated the palletizing and depalletizing of KLT-vessels of various sizes, the suction gripper impressed with boxes and pails, while the orange gripper spoilt the guests. It gripped oranges, conveyed them to the bar and ensured the flow of freshly squeezed orange juice. The future-oriented 24 Volt technology in roller conveyors also aroused great interest: energy-saving, economical, simple to handle and ideal for the most varied conveyed materials.

TRAPO AG guarantees optimal meshing of transport and logistics chains: “We design future-oriented supply-chain solutions – in order to transport goods efficiently, safely and in an environmentally-caring manner“, enthused TRAPO AG sales manager, Jörg Thomas at LogiMAT.

The focus of the trade fair presence attracted much attention: the potential of flexible, intelligent robotic systems which can be individually configured for each field of application – with tailor-made, cross-sector system solutions for manufacturing, assembly and dispatch. Equipped with 3-D glasses, in the TRAPO 3DWorld fair visitors experienced an exciting, virtual excursion into the high-tech inner life of the robot.