ITM 2019

Intralogistics expert Remmert provides a boost for sheet metal working

Under the motto “We make material flow”, Remmert will be showcasing pioneering material flow concepts for sheet metal working at this year’s ITM in Poznań, Poland. The international intralogistics experts will be in Hall 5, Stand 36, demonstrating how users can measurably benefit from modular and supplier-independent comprehensive solutions. Another highlight at the trade fair is the new ‘SortFLEX’ automation unit for sorting laser-cut finished parts, which is an addition to the tried and tested FLEX family.  


“At this year’s ITM, we will be showing trade visitors how they can achieve highly efficient production with clever material flow concepts. As well as the topics of modularity and supplier independence in hardware and software, the intelligent automation of processes will be a focal point.” explains Pawel Zielinski, Eastern Europe General Manager at Remmert. The intralogistics experts want to provide new ideas at the industry get-together, and would like to invite you to exchange views on future sheet metal working. 


FLEX family gains a new addition

Besides the tried and tested product portfolio, the new FLEX module “SortFLEX”, Remmert’s automation unit for the fully automated, order-based sorting of laser-cut finished parts and a new addition to the FLEX family will be a topic of discussion. “At our stand, we’ll be showcasing our new intralogistics innovations, which give sheet metal processing companies more flexibility and security for the future,” reports Zielinski. There is a focus on the advantages of Remmert’s supplier-independent automation solutions here. “With our FLEX modules, users benefit from maximum flexibility for the future of their metal-processing production. This not only brings measurable effectiveness to the highest level, but also scores highly in terms of investment security,” Zielinski adds. Our high-performing comprehensive concepts generate huge increases in productivity for our clients from the very start. These include things like the intelligent integration of agile storage systems, automated feeding of laser cutting systems, flexible components for effective material handling and smart software that facilitates straight-forward, understandable use.