Food & Beverage Logistics

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In a sector where timely and precise handling of goods is paramount, the use of exoskeletons can significantly expedite the workflow and contribute to a safer and more sustainable working environment. The implementation of such advanced technology aligns with the industry's goal of optimizing operations while prioritizing the well-being of its workforce. Exoskeletons designed for lifting can provide crucial support to employees engaged in tasks such as loading and unloading heavy crates, pallets, and containers.
Areas and tasks most common for exoskeleton use:
Exoskeletons for Crate Handling
Enhance operational efficiency and mitigate risk of injury amongst workers throughout the supply chain by reducing the physical strain associated with lifting and maneuvering heavy crates and goods.
Exoskeletons for Palletizing
Exoskeletons play a pivotal role in the palletizing process, offering substantial assistance to workers tasked with handling heavy items like beverages or grocery goods.
Exoskeletons for Picking
Exoskeletons can aid workers in picking and packing orders by facilitating the lifting of items onto carts or conveyor belts, streamlining the fulfillment process.
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"The device is making a massive difference to my life because I know I can come into work in the morning knowing I'm going home exactly the way I walked in."
Peter Jones
Warehouse Operator
Boughey Distribution
“Back problems, damaged intervertebral discs, hernias: The Apogee is a great preventative measure against these ailments. That’s why I say: Even if you think you don’t really need it, you should give it a try. Because the amount of support and the level of satisfaction people have with the exoskeletons is very high.”
Johannes Himbert
Managing Director
Himbert GmbH
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