Case Studies

seegrid customer american packaging corporation

American Packaging Corporation (APC) in Story City, IA was looking to alleviate some of the safety concerns in a specific application. The application consisted of pushing/pulling heavy cylinder carts to the printing presses done by two APC associates.  APC chose to automate the application with Seegrid's flexible AGVs, also known as robotic industrial trucks.

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seegrid customer american packaging corporation

Cabela's was looking into a solution to meet their potential growth in distribution.  The company was heavily dependent on machinery usage to support bulk storage needs. Cabela's needed a solution to handle the increase in pallet movement throughout their facility without the need to continue to lease manned equipment.

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 seegrid customer AISIN USA

AISIN USA was looking to deploy a process that would increase efficiency and reduce the overall cost of material handling. AISIN needed an adaptable and flexible solution for ever-changing floor and facility layouts.  AISIN deployed Seegrid robotic industrial trucks to reduce operating costs while increasing productivity and efficiency.

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seegrid customer giant eagle

Giant Eagle, one of the nation’s largest privately held multi-format food and fuel retailers, had to address how to handle inbound pallets beyond the manned hi-lift industrial vehicles used to putaway the product.
 
Their main goals were to 1) Create a safer work environment for team members, 2) Increase efficiency and productivity and 3) Reduce manned travel time.

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seegrid customer american packaging corporation

When American Packaging finished their 100,000 square foot operating and storage space expansion, it led them to investigate ergonomic alternatives to transportation with manned forklifts.  With a growing footprint, the need to move printed materials farther distances with speed and safety was essential.  American Packaging had to add labor or automate—APC chose to automate their plant with robotic industrial trucks.

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seegrid customer YUSA corporation

YUSA Corporation deployed Seegrid robots to improve efficiencies when moving raw materials to production and finished goods to the warehouse.

Their main goals were to 1) Improve the flow of raw material to the assembly line, 2) Maintain and improve service levels for customer shipments and 3) Improve flow from the assembly line to the warehouse.
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seegrid customer daimler trucks North America

When Daimler Trucks North America needed to improve the efficiency of their parts delivery process within their manufacturing facility, they turned to the Seegrid series of vision-guided Robotic Industrial Trucks.

Their main goals were to 1) Improve facility safety, 2) Reduce truck travel distance, 3) Provide continuous product flow with no site modifications and 4) Improve shift-to-shift flexibility.

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seegrid customer health and home

Hearth & Home Technologies is the world’s leading producer and installer of hearth products. When they needed to reduce travel time and cut costs associated with the delivery of parts to its manufacturing assembly locations, they turned to Seegrid robotic industrial trucks to accomplish their goals.

Their main goals were to: 1) Create an efficient, cost effective delivery process, 2) Remove production delays and 3) Optimize their product flow to assembly locations.

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