JBT CorporationAutomatically store, retrieve pallets in lights-out, narrow aisle applications
For storage and retrieval of pallets 46 inches wide and 54 inches tall, JBT’s automatic guided vehicle works in 70-inch narrow aisle, pallet handling applications.
The vehicle carries loads up to 2,500 pounds in a fully automated, lights-out warehousing environment by using several forms of guidance including laser triangulation, inertial, spot and wire.
Reaching maximum storage heights of 303 inches, the AGV includes a trilateral fork attachment so pallets can be handled on either side of the vehicle. When combined in a system, vehicles communicate electronically with warehouse management system software to accept new tasks and report completed tasks.
Learn more about this product.
JBT Corporation is a world leader in Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV) System supply, with over 25 years of experience.
See our listing in the Modern Materials Handling Buyer's Guide
JBT Corporation’s modular AGV design provides a standard vehicle platform which can be customized to meet any automated material handling challenge. Different load handling devices are easily incorporated into the standard modular AGV design. This customization allows our AGVs to transport a variety of load types, and interface with existing plant and material handling equipment such as conveyors, racking, stands, and many other types of equipment.
400 Highpoint Drive
Chalfont, Pennsylvania 18914
Tel: 1 (215) 822-4600
1 (888) 362-3628
Fax: 1 (215) 822-4553
More from JBT Corporation
Private label food provider’s AGV maximizes productivity
The system can handle up to 2,500 pounds and travel more than 300 feet per minute, improving material delivery.
Automated material handling equipment market is expected to reach $44.68 billion by 2022
Market for automated guided vehicles expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2016 and 2022.
Casters, carts, and tuggers: Reinventing the Wheel
Moving product through a warehouse or distribution center often comes down to the basics: casters, tuggers and carts. Innovations in these simple solutions are
Automotive: Manufacturers ramp up automation to keep pace with industry growth
With automotive sales rebounding, manufacturers are reshoring operations to North America and investing in automation equipment and technologies.
Mobility & robotics in the warehouse: How far have we come?
A time when autonomous robots navigate the warehouse or DC unattended could be right around the corner. Is your company ready?
AGVs roll into the next frontier
In response to rapidly changing demands, autonomous vehicles of all kinds are making their way into the modern warehouse.
More products from JBT
More Products in AGVs
Yale Materials Handling Corporation Yale MC10-15 Driven by Balyo – counterbalanced stacker robotic lift truck
Capable of vertical movement for transferring pallets from floor-level staging areas to conveyor lines, loading and unloading in cross-docking operations or stacking
Velodyne LiDAR Puck Hi-Res
Hi-Res' 3D spinning LiDAR sensor takes in everything around an object.
AutoGuide MAX N10
Travel up to 4MPH, with .2” stopping accuracy and 1 degree heading control, using SurePath natural feature navigation.
Transbotics Natural Feature Guidance Technology
Natural feature navigation hallmark of new AGVs
Fetch Robotics Freight500 and Freight1500 autonomous mobile robots
Automate delivery of heavy, bulky loads with mobile robots
More in AGVs