C&E Welcomes AutoGuide Mobile Robots To Its Line Of Products

C&E Advanced Technologies is excited to announce the addition of AutoGuide Mobile Robots to our list of robotics supplier partners. Manufactured and serviced in Georgetown, KY, AutoGuide's autonomous forks and tuggers are offering higher payload capacities and alternative means of transport to businesses in search of material handling solutions. 

AutoGuide currently serves well-known brands like Chrysler, Mercedes Benz, Nisan, Toyota, Husqvarna and John Deere — and due to a standalone platform as the basis for their model, they boast the shortest lead times and most rapid ROI in the industry.

Recently named as one of the top 10 industrial robotics solution providers of 2019 by Manufacturing Technology Insights, what sets AutoGuide apart from its competition is its modular systems, offering a comprehensive solution for mobile robots with modular design and innovative features.

"Their products are a perfect complement to MiR," stated C&E Robotic Business Developer Dana Poling. "Unlike much of the competition, AutoGuide produces all of their own hardware and requires no infrastructure changes, just like MiR."

C&E looks forward to demonstrating AutoGuide's mobile robots and software throughout our service area. According to Poling, this addition gives C&E all of the connections necessary to automate our clients' internal logistics.

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