Swisslog announces virtual World Automation Tour 2021
Dubai, UAE; 26 April 2021 – Intralogistics expert Swisslogis set to host anaround-the-world automation tour of some of its most prominent customer sites this year.Several big names are already billed as part of the World Automation Tour 2021 line-up, with further tour dates to be announced throughout the year.
Each show will kick off with a meet and greet with a Swisslog logistics consultant and on-site engineer, who will be equipped to walk attendees around a liveautomated solution. Throughout each demo,participants will experience automation in action from a customer’s perspective, and get questions answered in real time.
Experience live automation from any workspace
Whether the tour is hosted from Berlin, London, Barcelona, Sydney, New York or Shanghai, forward-thinkingbusinesses can register for any or all of theavailable tour dates.Customer showcases will include ASDA in the UK, Rewe in Germany, Trinchero in the US, Coca-Cola in Syndey as well as a sneak behind the scenes tour of one of Swisslog’s factories manufacturing the renowned Vectura crane, in Sweden.
The ASDA IDC in Lutterworth, home to the largest AutoStore installation in the UK will be the opening show of the World Automation Tour 2021, allowingthe leading retailer to pick at twice the rate with 99.8% accuracy. Stacked on top of one another, the bins inside ASDA’s AutoStore system measure 17.8 times higher than the world’s tallestbuilding, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
We shape the future of intralogistics with robotic, data-driven and flexible automated solutions that achieve exceptional value for our customers. Swisslog helps forward-thinking companies optimize the performance of their warehouses and distribution centers with future-ready automation systems and software. Our integrated offering includes consulting, system design and implementation, and lifetime customer support in more than 50 countries.
Swisslog is part of the KUKA Group, a leading global supplier of intelligent automation solutions with more than 14,000 employees worldwide.