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Kardex Remstar: Company Extends Successful Cooperation With Intertex


Oct. 13, 2015 — To further enhance the range of automated storage and retrieval products offered to the market, Kardex Remstar has now incorporated Intertex products in its product portfolio.

This move means the Swiss intralogstics company now supplies a product portfolio that covers a unique and broad range of load classes.

Kardex Remstar develops, manufactures, and maintains dynamic storage and retrieval systems which work in line with the “goods to person” principle.

The space-saving storage solutions are ideal for small parts and light goods that need to be accessed quickly. Intertex, based in Eislingen (Baden-Württemberg), picks up where Kardex leaves off, handling heavy goods with extreme dimensions. The TowerMat storage lift manages goods weighing up to 5,000kg (11,023 pounds).

Since 2008, Kardex Remstar has primarily supplied Intertex applications in Germany for storing long goods, sheet metal, tools, and pallets. The business model has been expanded in 2015 to include international markets, with the main focus on the United States, Central Europe, and southwest and northeast Europe.

With the heavy-duty solutions from Intertex, Kardex Remstar can provide a broad product portfolio which is unique on the market. The plan is to supply customers involved in mechanical engineering and the automotive and electronics industries with specific solutions in the form of predefined applications for storing large sheet metal panels, heavy tools, long pipes, tires, and cable reels. By doing so, Kardex Remstar hopes to unlock additional growth potential.

Kardex Remstar, LLC, a company of the Kardex Group is a leading provider of automated storage and retrieval systems for manufacturing, distribution, warehousing, offices, and institutions. For more information, visit www.kardexremstar.com.


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