How AMRs are transforming FMCG and logistics
Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are increasingly being chosen as the technology of choice, over automatic guided vehicles (AGVs) within the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry. Massive increases in demand for products and a shortage of skilled labour are just two areas in FMCG that has been impacted by Covid. In response, FMCG companies are looking for new and innovative ways to move material within their facilities. Safety and flexibility are priorities when looking at solutions.
Join our solutions experts Volodymyr Vovk, Global Accounts Director FMCG at MiR and Martin Keetels, National Manager of Emerging Tech at Konica Minolta where they will discuss:
- Benefits of Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) vs Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs)
- How AMRs are transforming FMCG internal logistics
- Key applications where global FMCG companies are applying autonomous mobile robot technology
- What competitors are doing to achieve better productivity, better safety outcomes and reducing costs
Autonomous mobile robots are transforming FMCG internal logistics for the better, so get a better understanding on the industry's approach and have your all questions answered by the experts.
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Date: Tuesday, 21st September 2021
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM AEST
A business leader with 10 years’ experience working with Global Top 50 FMCG and Life Science companies to bring the future of autonomous robots into their supply chains. Volodymyr works with organisations to roadmap innovative automation projects that deliver real world ROIs, increases productivity, reduces costs, and improved safety processes.
Martin is National Manager, Emerging Technologies at Konica Minolta. In this role, Martin leads the sales teams deploying 3D print and autonomous mobile robot technologies. He is passionate about client success and achieving exceptional returns on investment for his customers. Backing his experience is an MBA along with a law degree, where he also advises businesses with on-go-to market strategies for new products and solutions.