In the future, the automotive industry will increasingly rely on electromobility: According to forecasts, more electric cars than vehicles with combustion engines will be globally sold for the first time in 2036. This increases the demand for powerful and cost-effective lithium-ion batteries - up to 80 battery-producing gigafactories are expected to be built worldwide.
Well-designed intralogistics represent a particularly effective way of standing out from the competition. If the internal logistics in a production company are optimized to the maximum and all resources are used optimally, this means not only cost savings but also time savings.
Electromobility is multifaceted and, in more and more areas of application, an environmentally compatible alternative to existing systems with combustion engines. In modern production and intralogistics, electromobility has now become a core topic.
In a fast-changing time dominated by technical innovations, production companies depend on being able to react flexibly and quickly to their customers' wishes. Within intralogistics for the production site, the delivery time for a transport system must not exceed six weeks from the date of the order.
In a modern production plant, internal logistics is an important factor that requires the greatest attention. To ensure that the flow of materials and goods from the warehouse to the finished product is resource-efficient, space-saving transport systems that are both flexible and powerful are a decisive competitive advantage for your company.
Modern production facilities of the Industry 4.0 generation enable the manufacture of high-quality goods on an ecologically sustainable basis. Energy efficiency in Intralogistics 4.0 makes it possible to optimize manufacturing costs further overall.