Intralogistics solutions for automated warehouses
When it's all about automation and the matching drive solution for warehouse logistics.
Different sectors such as wholesale and retail, fashion, food and beverages place varying demands on the automation of a warehouse. High speed, cost efficiency as well as maximum safety, energy efficiency and digitalisation concepts are in high demand.
With Lenze, you can realise the essential advantages of an automated warehouse. As a leading drive and automation specialist, we not only provide a broad product portfolio for implementing the often complex tasks in warehouse logistics, but also an international team of experts. In this way, you can be sure to benefit from years of industry experience and the latest know-how in the automation of intralogistics. Together, we develop individual solutions to meet your intralogistics challenges.
Lenze Intralogistics News
We would like to present practical solutions and approaches to you on a regular basis, with a special focus on the possibilities that can be created by digital transformation in intralogistics – an issue of ever-growing relevance. Register now and lay the foundations for digital transformation now to profit from it without delay.
Solutions for horizontal conveyor technology
The cost-effectiveness and efficiency of an automated storage system is determined not least by the conveyor technology used. Whether pallet conveyor technology or box conveyor technology - our drive solutions for intralogistics are more than up to even the greatest challenges.
Solutions for storage and retrieval machines
Storage and retrieval machines are the star of automated high-bay warehouses for retail goods and freight. Learn more about the essential factors in the design of the drive system: reliability, availability, high handling performance, costs per pick and optimum space utilisation.
What is intralogistics?
Intralogistics is the term used to describe all flows of goods that are transported within a warehouse or company premises as well as the organization, control, implementation and optimization of this internal material flow. The more complex the transport, the more one speaks of intralogistics systems – whether in a warehouse or an airport.