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Shrinking inventory and delivering goods promptly requires detailed coordination and supply chain management. In these fast-paced environments the right tools can be a differentiator in standing out from the rest in such a competitive intralogistics market.

With the advancements brought to wearable tech from German Bionic, our exoskeleton tools are the standard for bringing additional EHS support to workers and workflows that enable them to remain agile and safe.
Areas and tasks most common for exoskeleton use:
Exoskeletons for Procurement
When it comes to the procurement of raw materials, parts or any other incoming shipments in logistics, a smooth flow of goods is necessary. Whether it be a small parcel that requires sorting where additional posture support is helpful or a large parcel where additional lifting and back support is helpful, there are a variety of areas within the process where an exoskeleton tool can be implemented.
Exoskeletons for Materials Management
Handling of materials throughout the factory or warehouse often requires movement of heavy loads off conveyor belts, onto or off pallets or even lifting up on shelves. With the additional support of our wearable tools, workers can benefit from up to 30kg (66lbs) of weight compensation to protect their backs.
Exoskeletons for Shipping & Receiving
With close ties to customer satisfaction, efficiency in shipping and receiving is high priority for organizations. Managing incoming and outgoing shipments often requires loading and unloading of goods on pallets, a task hard to automate given the variety of sizes and weights. With the addition of our wearable tech, workers can feel confident in performing their tasks without the risk of injury and organizations can benefit from a reduction in sick days and injury absences that can be detrimental to their performance.
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"The feedback from the PhD students and DB Schenker employees after the test was very positive and once again confirmed that long-term use, in conjunction with ergonomically optimally designed logistics processes, can improve the health of employees.“
Gerald Müller
Head of Process and Efficiency Management
DB Schenker
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