Press section of the World of Material Handling 2016
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The second “World of Material Handling” ended today with a new record number of visitors: Over 7,000 guests from about 50 countries, mainly customers as well as distributors, business partners and employees, attended Linde Material Handling’s showcase event, staged from 9 to 25 May. Thus the number of visitors exceeded that of 2014 significantly by around 15 percent.read more
As is the case in so many industries, logistics processes, and thus the flow of materials, are increasingly being directed digitally. As a result, even industrial trucks are becoming a part of digital industry. Whether with universally electronically controlled trucks, the innovative sensor technology found in Linde Safety Pilot, the connect: fleet management solution or other digital solutions, Linde Material Handling has laid the foundations to be able to support its customers in the digitalisation of their business processes.read more
For years now, modern industrial companies have seen increasing differentiation and diversification: the demand for a wider range of variants, options and individually manufactured products is rising. This has led to changes in what is required of production processes, and has brought about the advent of 3D printing.read more
With an increasing demand for self-driving and self-lifting industrial trucks, a paradigm change is in the offing: the lines between manual and fully automatic operation are becoming increasingly blurred. At the World of Material Handling (WoMH) customer event, Linde Material Handling is presenting new concepts and products in the field of automated intralogistics.read more
Goods which transport themselves. Trucks which generate more energy while in operation than they consume. Cluster logistics using a completely networked warehouse. Science fiction? Maybe so – but with the emphasis on ‘science’.read more
The availability of transport vehicles is crucial in logistics, and has a direct effect on the efficiency of processes. The energy system plays a key role in this, particularly where electric forklift trucks are concerned: charging, maintenance and battery changes all take time.read more
New features for a successful model: Linde Material Handling optimises platform pallet trucks T 20/T 25 SP
Since the launch of model series T 20/T 25 SP in 2004, Linde Material Handling has sold over 33,000 such pallet trucks worldwide. This makes the manufacturer the clear market leader in the platform pallet truck segment in Europe and sets a benchmark in the field of intralogistics. Linde will be presenting a number of new, customer-oriented optional features for these successful models at its World of Material Handling (WoMH) 2016 customer event.read more
On 9 May 2016, Linde Material Handling will be hosting for the time its “World of Material Handling (WoMH)”, a customer event that is unique throughout the industry. Under the motto “Linked Perspectives”, this year the focus will be on major future issues such as networking, automation, customisation and energy systems.read more
In May 2016, Linde Material Handling will be staging its successful trade show format “World of Material Handling” once again. The customer event will focus on increasingly networked, digitised and automated in-house logistics.read more
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