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March 27, 2017 Vanderlande’s pilot project with LIDL completed successfully - plans for roll-out under way

Vanderlande is pleased to announce the successful completion of a pilot project executed together with LIDL following a trial period lasting several years. At the heart of the pilot project was Vanderlande’s Automated Case Picking system (ACP), which was subjected to intensive testing at LIDL’s site in Hartheim near Freiburg. The final results led to a decision being taken to implement the ACP solution from Vanderlande together in future projects.

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Category: Warehousing

March 23, 2017 Toyota Industries Corporation to acquire Vanderlande

Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO) has signed an agreement to acquire Vanderlande – the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports and in the parcel market, as well as being a leading supplier for warehouses – from the company’s current owner NPM Capital.

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Category: Corporate

March 16, 2017 Vanderlande to showcase Smart Item Robotics at ProMat 2017

Vanderlande will showcase its Smart Item Robotics (SIR) technology for the e-commerce market during ProMat 2017. SIR technology focuses on the robotized handling of single items in applications such as order picking and infeed loading. The company will also demonstrate its ‘bin-to-bin’ picking concept, in which a collaborative robot based on SIR principles can operate both independently and together with an operator.

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Category: Warehousing

March 08, 2017 Vanderlande awarded contract for SCANNOJET checkpoint solution by Bergen Flesland Airport

Vanderlande has been awarded the contract to install eight SCANNOJET automated passenger checkpoints at Bergen Airport in Norway. Bergen airport Flesland is the second largest of the 46 airports in Norway, included Oslo airport, owned and operated by Avinor.

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Category: #Airports

February 27, 2017 Vanderlande to showcase Smart Item Robotics at LogiMAT 2017

Vanderlande will showcase its Smart Item Robotics (SIR) technology for the e-commerce warehousing market at LogiMAT 2017. SIR technology focuses on the robotised handling of single items in applications such as order picking and infeed loading. The company will also demonstrate its ‘bin-to-bin’ picking concept, in which a collaborative robot based on SIR principles can operate both independently and together with an operator.

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Category: Warehousing