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New South Express LLC Chooses Seegrid Robots
Seegrid's GP8's address production increase and safety concerns
By RBR Staff


Seegrid, the leader in robotic industrial trucks announced New South Express LLC is deploying four GP8 robotic industrial trucks, two single pallet trucks and two double length pallet trucks. Dave VanBrimmer, Engineering Department Manager for New South Express LLC stated, “New South Express was experiencing production increases and we either had to add manpower and man operated equipment or automate. We chose to automate with robots after Seegrid demonstrated the GP8 robotic pallet trucks at our facility. The safety was the most important part of the demonstration and provided us with the confidence to move forward with Seegrid.”

Seegrid robots are equipped with two SICK safety sensors, a primary and secondary sensor, making…

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