Automated materials handling equipment has historically been bespoke, complex and expensive to purchase and install. Yale Europe Materials Handling has a new solution providing affordable automation: a range of robotic trucks that require no infrastructure and offer the reliability and durability Yale is famous for with the support of its service network.
The result of over a decade of R&D, Yale’s new robotics portfolio includes the MO25 low-level order picker, the MO50-70T tow tractor and the MC10-15 counterbalance truck. Industry-leading Balyo geoguidance navigation technology ensures Yale’s robotic trucks stand out from other AGVs. With no dedicated infrastructure required, the trucks can operate autonomously without the need for any wires, magnets or reflectors.
Based on existing MO25, MO50-70T & MC10-15 manual trucks, Yale robotic trucks can automate a variety of repetitive load transportation tasks, but still be used manually for non-automated tasks. Operators can regain control at the touch of a button, eliminating the need for separate equipment and giving customers the flexibility for unexpected requirements.