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Linde showcases robotic truck at IntraLogisteX

Linde Material Handling exhibited its L-Matic robotic pallet stacker at this week’s IntraLogisteX show. The truck has a capacity of 1.2 tonnes and acceleration to 1.6 m/s maximum, with or without load.

Inotec seminar at Intralogistex

Standing room only at IntraLogisteX

It was standing room only on Day Two of IntraLogisteX  as inotec  led a seminar on how RFID can be used successfully in warehouse and logistics applications, providing detailed comparisons of Auto ID Technologies: Barcode, 2D Code and RFID. IntraLogisteX 2017 got off to a flying start yesterday with buyers crowding in to see the […]

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IntraLogisteX gets off to flying start

IntraLogisteX 2017 got off to a flying start with buyers crowding in to see the latest developments in robotics, automation and materials handling solutions.

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Doors open today!

The IntraLogisteX exhibition will be returning to Ricoh Arena today! The event is taking place at the Ericsson Exhibition Hall 2 of the arena in Coventry, today and tomorrow.

Red Ledge launches US operation

Software company Red Ledge is launching a US operation after striking a deal with auto-ID company Bip Direct to distribute Red Ledge RFID, barcode, voice and sensor technology throughout North America.

£17m funding boost for robotics

The government is expected to confirm a funding boost of £17.3m from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to support the development of new robotics and artificial intelligence technologies in universities across the UK.

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TCFM wins contract with Whole Foods

IntraLogisteX exhibitor TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has won a contract with Whole Foods Market. It will provide cleaning services across the UK’s eight Whole Foods Market stores.