LogiMAT 2019

LogiMAT 2019 – innovative safety vest pulls in the crowds

A great show for ELOKON

The three days of LogiMAT 2019 flew by, mainly due to the high number of visitors to our stand, all keen to discuss our products and new developments. Particular highlights were our new smartphone based forklift fleet management system and our smart safety vest. Both of  these innovations were real crowd pullers on the stand.  

Looking back at a successful LogiMAT

We were not the only ones to enjoy the show – the LogiMAT organisers are also basking in the success of yet another record breaking event, which attracted well over 60,000 visitors. To cope with the year on year growth, the team in Stuttgart expanded the exhibitors’ space by 7,500 square metres to bring it to a total of 120,000 square metres this year. 1,624 companies from around the world were present to pinpoint the latest trends and show their innovative intralogistic solutions. We also noticed the growing appeal of LogiMAT. “There were no obvious quiet phases this year. Compared to past events our stand was busy right from the first few minutes until the close of the show. All in all LogiMAT was an absolute success for us”, said our MD Alexander Glasmacher.         

Wearables – the future is getting personal

Our MD Alexander Glasmacher’s seminar at LogiMAT was bang up to date topic wise. Show visitors packed into the Innovations Forum to hear about “Wearables in intralogistics - the future is getting personal” and to find out more about safety clothing. A particular highlight was our innovative smart vest, which was unveiled for the first time at LogiMAT. It combines comfort and safety for warehouse personnel.

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Paving the way for innovation for industrial vehicles

We’re now working on evaluating the discussions we had, building relationships with new contacts and forging ahead with innovation. “The suggestions and ideas we received from visitors will have a direct influence on our product development”, said Glasmacher. In this way we can be certain that our safety and assistance systems are 100% suited to the requirements of our customers.

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