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Automation that inspires

14 March 2023

Whether it’s food manufacture, spare parts distribution or retail, Daifuku­’s world-class material handling solutions bring flexibility, reliability and profitability into your supply chain. 

FOR MORE than 85 years Daifuku has been building a global track record of successful system integrations including picking, sorting and storage systems. 

“Our wealth of experience is your secret weapon when it comes to automation,” the company says. “Our UK-based team will work closely with you at each step of factory and materials handling automation from planning to proposal, design, manufacturing, installation, after-sales service and facility retrofits.”

Global credibility

Founded in 1937, Daifuku is one of the world's leading suppliers of material handling systems. Headquartered in Osaka, Japan, Daifuku’s Shiga Works comprises a 1.2-million-square-metre plant that is one of the largest production sites for automated logistics systems worldwide. As a global company, Daifuku has a presence in Europe and the UK since 1989 via its network of independent subsidiaries.

Range of products and services

Daifuku implements systems for all kinds of automated logistics applications including storage and retrieval machines, pallet and small parts storage and sorting technology such as the Sorting Transfer Vehicle (STV). As the world’s leading manufacturer of material handling equipment, Daifuku provides quick installation and commissioning times and comprehensive after-sales services, as well as a 24-hour hotline for maintenance and servicing queries. Products are constantly being developed and adapted to meet the specific requirements of our customers. 

Project references

Daifuku’s list of references includes well-known clients from all sectors, including DELL, ICA, Lever Fabergé, GA Pet Food Partners, Levi Strauss, Netto, Opel, Riverford Organics, and TFS. 

For more information, visit www.daifuku.com

 
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