AMR ABB Robotics will be exhibiting its latest innovations for warehouse and industrial logistics automation at LogiMAT 2022 trade show in Stuttgart from 31 May to 2 June. In Hall 2 - stand B39, visitors could see an AMR P204 transporting pallets in a live demo and, for the first time, the new AMR F602 stacker. A complete team of AMR ABB Robotics professionals will be available to advise visitors on which solution is best suited to their needs with a wide range of AMRs (Autonomous Mobile Robots)

At LogiMAT, AMR ABB Robotics is proud to showcase its broad range of mobile robots and its revolutionary new developments. For the first time, AMR ABB Robotics will exhibit the AMR F602 stacker, an advanced AMR featured by its agility, maneuverability, and flexibility, which is able to handle pallet and container loads of up to 1600 kg and reach up to 6 metres. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a live demo of an AMR P304 transporting pallets.

AMR ABB Robotics is a leading global AMR manufacturer which last year was acquired by ABB. This integration of AMR ABB Robotics expands ABB's robotics and automation offering, making it the only company to offer a complete portfolio for the next generation of flexible automation.

AMR ABB Robotics has a wide range of expertise in different sectors, including automotive, food, pharma, consumer goods, logistics and manufacturing. The AMR solutions on offer are perfect for applications like material handling, warehousing processes, production flows and logistics processes.

AMR ABB Robotics's broad range of mobile robots comprises the Flexley Tug, Flexley Mover and Flexley Stack lines. Aware of the power of data, this AMR company has made a strong commitment to industrial connectivity and data analysis provided by autonomous vehicles, optimizing operations and processes and facilitating better decision-making through real-time communication and traceability based on a cloud platform.

AMR ABB Robotics's team of experts will be happy to help you find the best solution for your automation project.