Schoeller Allibert promises ‘tomorrow’s intralogistics today’ at Robotics and Automation 2021

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Schoeller Allibert, a leading UK manufacturer and supplier of returnable and recyclable plastic packaging solutions, is readying its next-generation supply chain packaging solutions with a view to making waves at Robotics and Automation 2021.

The exhibition, held over November 2-3 at CBS Arena in Coventry, UK, showcases the technologies that are set to shape and transform logistics and manufacturing, with particular focus on how supply chains will boost efficiency, reduce costs and create new competitive advantages following the mounting challenges of Brexit and post-Covid operation.

Meeting the subject head-on, the Schoeller Allibert team will be exhibiting its leading range of durable transit packaging solutions on stand 512, offering visitors the chance to get better acquainted with its latest innovations.

Jon Walkington, Sales Director at Schoeller Allibert UK, comments: “We’re delighted to be showcasing at Robotics and Automation 2021 – the premiere event of its kind in the UK. For retailers, supply chains and third-party logistics (3PL) businesses, it’s a chance to uncover the emerging technologies that will shape tomorrow’s intralogistics. At the exhibition, we’re bringing our future-proof range to the table and showing the real bottom line value of durable, recyclable plastic packaging for handling, storage and logistics.

“It’s no secret that supply chains have been pressured from all sides over the last year and as we look even further ahead, sustainability, return on investment and equipment lifespan are surging back to the top of the agenda – so we are, of course, delighted to show what we have to offer at Schoeller Allibert.”

At Robotics and Automation 2021, visitors will be invited to get hands on with a selection of Schoeller Allibert’s impressive portfolio. On-stand will be silent, automation-ready tote range SASI® and durable plastic pallet range BaYoPal®, alongside a selection of picking trays and stackable handheld containers.

Jon continues: “Our team is looking forward with connecting with industry leaders and demonstrating the sustainable and automation-ready packaging innovations that have made the Schoeller Allibert brand the go-to name for durable and recyclable intralogistics. Events like Robotics and Automation are a great opportunity to show that sustainability doesn’t have to mean compromises in quality, performance or safety. In fact, it’s quite the opposite, with the right intralogistics in place, brands can have it all.”

Schoeller Allibert UK will be on stand 512 at Robotics and Automation 2021.

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