TGW at the LogiMAT 2012

The TGW STINGRAY stands out for its particularly high performance and flexibly scalable, modular design (Source: TGW Logistics Group GmbH)
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From 13th to 15th March, 2012 the LogiMAT, the International Trade Fair for Distribution, Materials Handling and Information Flow, takes place in Stuttgart, Germany. TGW is looking forward to interesting talks and the presentation of its in-house innovations.

TGW stands for innovation and individuality. A credo to follow - also at the LogiMAT 2012 in Stuttgart, Germany. The supplier for materials handling solutions exhibits its services and competencies as system integrator at booth 121 in hall 1. Picking systems, storage systems and the innovative software by TGW are presented at the fair.

STINGRAY Shuttle System by TGW

The new STINGRAY Shuttle System of TGW will receive special attention at the TGW booth. The moving exhibit will convince visitors at full speed of the TGW innovations' quality and offers the possibility to witness materials handling technology at first hand. The newest development in the area of storage systems is already on the course for success and will be implemented in a number of projects during the year 2012.

Individuality is the key to success

At TGW each solution is planned individually together with the customer and custom-made implemented, based on established standardised technologies. Intensive talks with customers are part of the TGW philosophy, and the TGW team is already looking forward to interesting and intensive talks with existing and potential customers at the LogiMAT 2012 in Stuttgart, Germany.

TGW at the LogiMAT: Hall 1, booth 121
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