TM takes a look at just some of the exhibitions confirmed for IMHX 2016, taking place from September 13-16 at the NEC Birmingham.
At IMHX, KNAPP will demonstrate how its latest innovations in logistics automation boost flexibility and accuracy in production and distribution environments.
KNAPP’s exhibit on stand U85 in hall 12 will embody its mantra of ‘making complexity simple’. The group – headquartered in Austria – has more than 1,600 installations worldwide in the field of intralogistics automation and software.
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KNAPP specialises in the core business sectors of industry; pharma; fashion; retail, and food retail and supports famous brands worldwide through its network of 30 subsidiaries. Clients in the UK include British Gas; John Lewis; M&S; Boots; Staples; Clarks, and Well, all of which have resident service teams.
As well as its solutions for automated material handling – focused on its OSR Shuttle automatic storage and retrieval system combined with ergonomically designed order picking workstations – KNAPP is also a provider of garment-handling solutions based on overhead conveying technology through its subsidiary, Dürkopp Fördertechnik.
SEC Storage has confirmed it will be exhibiting at the internationally renowned materials handling show on the UKWA Pavilion, stand UK6. With an eight-year break in exhibiting, the firm sees IMHX as the right opportunity to showcase its solutions.
SEC Storage will demonstrate how it has made a tangible difference to its clients’ warehouse storage operations. From increasing capacity, to maximising the cube and making operations more efficient with automation.
Find SEC Storage on UK6 in the UKWA Pavilion in Hall 9. Fancy a break? Come and have a chat with SEC Storage. There is an exclusive café within the UKWA Pavilion, so you can talk warehouse storage solutions over a coffee.
Visitors will be able to try out equipment in real-life scenarios, such as lifting heavy reels to and from shelves, or experiencing the “weightless lifting” of a car engine using our Movomech industrial manipulators.
Advanced Handling offers the full range of lifting equipment technology available in the UK market, so a visit to the stand is a great way of seeing what’s available.
Established in 1977, Advanced Handling has a wealth of experience, providing robust and flexible materials handling solutions for a wide range of industries.
All of its equipment is designed with innovation and expertise, tailored specifically to each environment and application. The in-house technical design team creates lifting equipment to last.
See ePowertrucks’ demonstration on stand 8B30, where it will showcase a wide range of electric tow tractors, pedestrian tugs, road legal electric vehicles and electric utility vehicles.
ePowerTrucks is the electric vehicle division of Lift Safe Ltd. Established in 2000, it specialises in the sales, repair and service of electric trucks; vehicles; tugs, and a wide range of electric utility vehicles. The firm has grown year-on-year and has consistently improved its product offering of electric powered vehicles.
ePowerTrucks prides itself on the overall customer experience and strives to maintain the stringent standards it sets for itself. ePowerTrucks can provide long and short term rental, as well as outright purchase and leasing.
Bott, the UK’s market leader in workplace storage systems, will be showcasing its streamlined assembly line and storage solutions to the market. This year, Bott has linked with STILL Materials Handling to show an integrated warehouse solution. The aim; to create quality, efficient solutions for the logistics and supply chain market.