Finding the best solution with Linde Material Handling
15 Feb 2022
Linde Material Handling at LogiMAT 2022
Linde Material Handling (MH) will be presenting its concentrated expertise to visitors at LogiMAT 2022 in several exhibition areas covering a total area of around 1,000 square meters. A special focus will be on Linde’s pioneering electric counterbalanced trucks, a wide variety of order picking concepts, and digital solutions for operational safety and efficient energy management.
Visitors coming to the trade fair with the goal of bringing themselves up to speed about industrial truck technologies of the future will more than find what they are looking for at Linde MH’s exhibition areas (Stand B21 in Hall 10, as well as the outdoor grounds between Hall 8 and Hall 10). One example is the latest generation of IC engine-powered and electric counterbalanced trucks in the 2.0 to 3.5 ton load capacity range. These trucks are designed to accommodate all available digital applications and offer impressive performance, economical energy consumption and a high level of operator comfort as well as excellent visibility. The highlight among the electric forklifts is the X series, which is unique in the industry. It combines the advantages of the Linde hydrostat with the benefits of a battery-powered vehicles. This means that the electric forklifts are just as productive as their IC counterparts, insensitive to dust and dirt and suitable for continuous operation at the payload limit and on gradients. At the same time, they operate quietly, emission-free and enable completely carbon-neutral energy consumption. “The additional outdoor area on the exhibition grounds is the perfect place to show in action the numerous improvements and advantages of these new shooting stars from Linde MH featuring different drive types,” says Stefan Prokosch, SVP Brand Management Linde Material Handling.
Another focus of the trade fair presentation will be on the wide range of order picking solutions from Linde MH, which help users achieve greater efficiency in their picking processes. Both manual and semi-automatic equipment options will be on display, as well as automated industrial trucks such as the Linde R-MATIC reach truck.
A large amount of attention will also be devoted to the company’s growing number of software and consulting solutions. These include the extensive functions of the “Linde connect” fleet management system, assistance systems designed to protect people, infrastructure and goods, and smart, AI-based energy management, which can be used to smooth out peaks in electricity demand and improve energy consumption planning overall. “This helps our customers keep energy costs under control and safeguard the availability of their electric industrial truck fleet at all times,” the Linde Brand Manager explains.