What Is Robotics?
Robotic forklifts perform repetitive tasks with efficiency and precision. Autonomous equipment also lets employees and equipment work together with increased efficiency while freeing up employees to do value-added tasks that require human effort.
Automation is a solution to:
- Increase productivity and operational efficiency
- Reduce labor and operating costs
- Minimize damage to goods and equipment associated with human error
- Increase inventory accuracy
Our robotic technology is the first of its kind and can positively impact material handling operations. Unlike other robotic lift trucks, our material handling equipment can be operated in autonomous or manual modes. Our competitors manufacture robotic vehicles, but their equipment cannot switch into manual operation. Our clients have access to Hyster® and Yale® robotic technology through LiftOne.
Benefits of Robotics
Efficiency, accuracy and safety are more important than ever. Robotic forklifts act as a reliable solution for material handling operations looking to optimize their work flow. Incorporating automated vehicles into your fleet will help transform your workforce to manage increased demand, stock keeping unit (SKU) counts and frequent labor shortages. You can also meet your large-scale material handling needs with robotic fork trucks that provide a fast return on investment (ROI).
Robotics for Warehouse Automation
Robotic forklifts reduce operational costs through consistent productivity. Repetitive tasks are essential to your business's daily operations. However, assigning those tasks to autonomous equipment lets you leave more complicated and rewarding operations to your employees.
Plus, robotic equipment can be cost-effective solutions. Retaining one forklift operator can cost your company up to $25 per hour, while running an autonomous lift truck costs between $7 and $10 an hour. That difference has a direct impact on expenses associated with basic operations and labor.
Our robotic equipment from Hyster and Yale has several benefits, including:
- Reduced labor and operating costs
- Less damage to goods and equipment associated with human error
- Seamless integration with existing equipment and infrastructure
- Optional dual mode for manual or robotic operations
- Comprehensive software interaction for robotic operator transparency
- Precise inventory accuracy
Autonomous technology is available on a variety of Hyster or Yale lift trucks. Our robotic equipment fleet lineup includes:
- Robotic pallet trucks
- Robotic reach trucks
- Counterbalanced stackers
- Robotic tow tractors
Robotics Installation Process
Before we install robotic technology in your facility, a LiftOne sales representative will complete an on-site visit. There, we'll perform a site survey to identify the operations most compatible with robotics. Our representative can provide insight into preparing your facility for new, autonomous equipment. From there, we work with various partners to integrate your robotic equipment.
Contact LiftOne to Learn More
Your company's resources are valuable — introduce robotics to your fleet to maximize them.
LiftOne builds partnerships with each of our clients. We understand how important your equipment is to your company and empower you to choose the best equipment for your operations. LiftOne brings experience, expertise and efficiency to our partnerships.
Connect with LiftOne today for more information about our robotic technology. Contact our team online or over the phone at 855.543.8663. You can also visit one of our locations by using our online tool to find a LiftOne location near you.