Check out our case studies to learn how different companies from different industries
have deployed their GoPal solution
Kärcher is a German global leader within cleaning technology. The company recently expanded its production capacity in Europe by building a second factory in Romania. With two large factories and an interest in innovative technology, Kärcher began looking for a safe and simple solution to automate their internal pallet transport.
TRECO is a Danish company specializing in project- and customer specific metal production, and a global manufacturer of customized postal products. The company has always been interested in innovative technology so when they came across the GoPal solution, they quickly calculated an ROI. The result was an eye-opener.
AVK Gummi has deployed a GoPal 400 solution as part of its LEAN and Industry 4.0 program. The GoPal solution ensures the transport of pallets with tools from the tooling department to different machines in the production area.
Flokk is a Swedish company that provides a wide range of furniture and acoustic solutions. In the process of automating its production line, the company integrated the GoPal 400 Autonomous Mobile Robot into its production line.
Two fully-integrated GoPal Autonomous Mobile Robots work on the production line at Scanfil. The fully integrated GoPal are supporting the production process and moving finished goods from production to warehouse.
Thomas Regout International B.V
The self-driving abilities and the intelligent navigation of the GoPal 400 helped the employees at Thomas Regout International B.V comply with the COVID-19 restrictions.
Leggett & Platt
By choosing the GoPal Autonomous Mobile Robot, Leggett & Platt not only automated their internal pallet transport, but also boosted production, and saved 15% on costs in the internal transport department.
JAMK University of Applied Sciences
GoPal 400 from robotize supports JAMK University of Applied Sciences in research and development projects. The GoPal 400 is also used for teaching engineering students about mobile robotics.