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The trend is clear: more and more companies, large and small, are turning to solutions involving Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs). The development of new vehicle types and technology break-throughs in fields like AI leads to more intelligence in AGV solutions, and is expanding the scope of what an AGV can do. The rapidly growing e-commerce sector and the paradigm shift in the automotive industry are other important driving factors.

In the mid-1970s, Tetra Pak started to use AGVs (automated guided vehicles) in their manufacturing and warehouse facilities.

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Markus Johansson was appointed General Manager of Kollmorgen Automation AB on October 12, 2015.

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The next generation of industries is facing new challenges. What role can Automated Guided Vehicles play?

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Europe's second largest dairy company, Arla Foods, has been using AGVs in their facilities since 2009. Read more to see how Arla Foods ensures everyone "gets milk."

Shorter lead times and improved quality. Automated testing of software and hardware for AGVs is here to stay.

Read the exciting story on how Volvo introduced AGVs in their production. Even if 1973 seems 100 years ago, the technology is more relevant than ever.

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