• Gyllensvaans Möbler

    Gyllensvaans Möbler is a family-owned company situated in the small town of Kättilstorp, just outside Falköping in southern Sweden. The company was established in 1946 by Nils Gyllensvaan and now employs about 250 people. Gyllensvaans’ main production area is bookcases, including IKEA’s world famous “BILLY”. The company manufacturers 170,000 bookcases every week for distribution all over the world.

  • Flexible door control via forklift computer

    Activity is intense at ABB Robotics in Västerås, Sweden. More than 20 forklift drivers are transporting goods out to the production lines and loading and unloading delivery trucks. To streamline the work as much as possible, all the doors are remotely controlled. ABB Robotics uses Sesam 599 and Software Sesam from Åkerströms.

  • Self-propelling stock shelves relieve the pressure on the forklifts

    EAB is a manufacturer in Smålandsstenar, Sweden. They develop, design and manufacture industrial doors, warehouse equipment and steel buildings. Maxipacker is a patented machine for handling pallets in a deep pile tracker. You never need to drive the forklift in between the stock shelves; the Maxipacker goes in and fetches or leaves the desired pallet. This maximises stock utilisation, at the same time as you get a rational and economical handling of pallets.