DB Schenker Brings its First Logistics Robot in the Czech Republic into Operation

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DB Schenker has implemented a new autonomous mobile robot (AMR) in a warehouse around 120 kilometers east of Prague. The robot named MiR Hook 200 helps to detect and transport trolleys to make operations even more efficient. The robot comes from the Danish technology company Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) and was deployed in cooperation with DREAMland. While DB Schenker is using autonomous machines in various countries already, the new installation is the logistic company’s first robot in the Czech Republic.

Tomáš Holomoucký, DB Schenker Managing Director for the Czech Republic: “I am extremely pleased we have successfully implemented our first robot in our regular operations in the Czech Republic. Autonomous solutions such as this will enable us to optimize our logistics processes and relieve our staff by taking over simple warehouse tasks. We are proud to be driving innovation and building the warehouse of the future for our customers.”

Frantisek Kysela, CEO of DREAMland: “We are glad that we were able to help DB Schenker with automated transport at the site in Pardubice. We are looking forward to other joint projects in the future.”

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