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Exertis CapTech, one of the leading distribution specialists in the Nordic countries in the areas of IT, AV, large format displays and entertainment, has decided to build a new automatic warehouse in Mölndal, Sweden. Since the company’s beginnings, Exertis CapTech has grown every year and in 2016, it achieved a turnover of 1.8 billion SEK (190 million EUR) with a head office and main warehouse in Gothenburg.
KNAPP AG wins a major order to automate the new Campus North distribution centre of the adidas Group in Germany and thus supports the company’s European e-commerce business.
At Würth Industrie Service GmbH & Co. KG in Bad Mergentheim, Open Shuttles, the driverless warehouse vehicles by KNAPP, autonomously transport trays with articles from goods-in to an infeed point at the conveyor system. The Open Shuttles take the physical stress and strain off the employees: no more pallets must be formed at the goods-in stations that the employees used to have to transport to the infeed point and manually place on the conveyor.
As part of the installation of a new factory for drivetrain components in Kapfenberg (Austria), Pankl chose the flexible shuttle technology from KNAPP for the automation of the small parts warehouse with work station supply. Pankl develops, manufactures and sells engine and drivetrain systems as well as chassis parts for racing cars, high-performance vehicles and the aerospace industry. The new manufacturing site for high-performance motorcycle gearboxes including the new storage system, will start operation in 2017.