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Robotics in the spotlight at LogiMAT

22-01-2020

Intralogistics automation and robotic handling will be key areas of focus for Mezzanine International Group at this year's LogiMAT exhibition.

Robotics in the spotlight at LogiMAT

Taking place in Stuttgart from 10 to 12 March, LogiMAT 2020 will feature over 1600 exhibitors from all over the world, presenting solutions around the show's four core themes of future technologies and AI, automated guided vehicles (AGVs), sustainability and the human-machine interface.

 

Live robot on Mezzanine7

 

Following Mezzanine International's successful participation at the recent IMHX 2019 show in Birmingham, Mezzanine Europe GmbH, the company's European subsidiary, will once again present a real mezzanine floor on their stand, featuring a moving robot on a 3m x 3m steel section with specialist MiTek G2 boards. "Our clients are increasingly interested in the high-performance characteristics of our Mezzanine7 solution," explains Scott Chambers, Managing Director, "which is ideal for automated and robotic applications. The patented Mezzanine7 system is up to 7 times stronger than standard mezzanine installations and supports larger point loads. This system, combined with our unique MezzHead add-on brackets is the ultimate turnkey solution in terms of strength, flexibility and ease of installation."

 

New premises in Cologne

 

Representing the global Mezzanine company on Stand A11 in Hall 5 of LogiMAT will be Mezzanine Europe GmbH, Established back in 2017, Mezzanine Europe recently moved to new and larger premises in Cologne. Still operating under the leadership of Scott Chambers,, the subsidiary is strategically located at the heart of Europe to meet the needs of Continental markets quickly and easily. With a highly experienced team of designers, engineers and project managers, Mezzanine Europe GmbH not only supplies cost-effective and high-quality mezzanine solutions for the group's European clients, but also provides all ancillary equipment - such as stairs, handrails, landing platforms, security railings, cat ladders and pillar protection - and can also support customers with mezzanine extensions or upgrades.

 

"The steady growth of e-commerce in Germany has led to a sharp increase in the construction of distribution hubs and warehouses with integrated mezzanine floors," explains Scott Chambers, Managing Director of Mezzanine International Group. "Germany is one of the largest e-commerce markets in Europe, with the number of e-com consumers, internet penetration and average spend per year being above the European average. Proximity to our retail and manufacturing customers in Germany, France, Benelux and beyond means that we can respond extremely quickly to clients' needs at every stage of a contract, interfacing with local suppliers and providing competitive prices in local currency rates."