News Archive 2012

Egemin wins international AGVS-Award Handling Automation
Egemin has won the International AGVS-award. The award was granted by the International Logistics Center (ILC), an independent organization for international cooperation in research, development and business cooperation in intralogistics. An international committee under leadership of the funding members of ILC, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lothar Schulze, the PSLT University of Hannover, and Prof. Dr. Lindu Zhao, Southeast University Nanjing, nominated the winner of the AGVS-Award 2012. The Award was presented to Egemin during the CeMAT Asia trade show organised in Shanghai. It honours the company that is internationally most active in the field of automated guided vehicles. It honours extraordinary achievements, innovations and best practice in the field of Automated Guided Vehicle Systems

Egemin was awarded the internationally renowned prize because of its global approach, customer orientation, excellence in integration and significant contribution to establishing standards in the field of AGVs. Egemin's automated guided vehicles are daily working on customer sites in the farthest corners of the world from Europe to America, Asia and Oceania. Egemin has eight offices worldwide that are actively implementing AGV systems and technology at industrial customers in target markets such as food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, distribution, paper, tobacco and production.

Egemin exhibited for the first time at CeMAT Asia and demonstrated a live demo of its topselling FLV1010/N E'gv® model in the PSLT's AGV pavillion.

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