STAHL CraneSystems’ presentation at LogiMAT 2019 followed the motto of “Intelligent solutions in lifting technology”. On three days, visitors were able to obtain extensive information on the intelligent products and solutions from Künzelsau from exhibits, tablets and an interactive media installation. Like last year, STAHL CraneSystems presented itself under the umbrella of the Columbus McKinnon Group at a joint stand with Magnetek and Yale.
Over 61,000 international professionals came to LogiMAT 2019 to find out about the latest developments and system solutions for efficient intralogistics exhibited on more than 64,000 square metres of space. With its programmable SMC multicontroller, RCM remote condition monitoring system and the latest generation of frequency inverters, STAHL CraneSystems presented intelligent solutions for digitisation and networking in production plants. Magnetek – like STAHL CraneSystems a member of the Columbus McKinnon family – was also represented at the stand as a strong cooperation partner. The company is one of the largest suppliers of digital drive and motion control systems for industrial cranes and hoists in America. The stand was complemented by the Wuppertal-based company Yale as the largest European supplier of manual standard hoists. “In the Columbus McKinnon family we work closely together at many levels to set new standards in lifting and crane technology,” explains Thomas Kraus, Support Center Director at STAHL CraneSystems. “This was expressed at our joint stand.”
The joint appearance at the 17th LogiMAT was extremely positive for STAHL CraneSystems, Magnetek and Yale. The stand was well attended on all three days of the fair. Numerous interested visitors from Germany and abroad took the opportunity to talk to the competent staff and find out about products and solutions. They were able to test and directly operate wire rope and chain hoists from STAHL CraneSystems, equipped with Magnetek remote controls, multicontrollers, RCM remote condition monitoring system or frequency inverters. A special highlight was the interactive multimedia wall, which offered a glimpse into the production hall of the future. Numerous features such as operating data acquisition, definition of working area limits or efficient power recovery could be called up at the touch of a finger and showed what can be achieved with the products from STAHL CraneSystems and Magnetek.
This was the third time that STAHL CraneSystems exhibited at LogiMAT. “We had many interesting discussions and had the opportunity to exchange ideas intensively with customers and partners,” summarises Ivica Zinic, sales representative at STAHL CraneSystems. The Künzelsau-based company will continue to use LogiMAT as a presentation platform together with the other members of the Columbus McKinnon family.