The manually guided vehicle is feature-rich and designed for the advanced manufacturing sector, which is focused on continuous improvement, and can easily and cost-effectively be upgraded to an automated guided vehicle system. Automotive, Aerospace, and many other manufacturing industries find countless uses for automated and manually guided vehicles.
AGV systems are perfect for heavy-duty maneuvering and overall factory floor automation. Looking for a custom, fully autonomous vehicle that moves and transports items in production, warehouse, and distribution centers without operator intervention or permanent conveying systems?
Handling Specialty provides custom automatic (AGV) and manually guided vehicles (MGV) for a wide variety of unique applications in production and manufacturing environments, material handling operations, and maintenance, repair & overhaul facilities worldwide. These heavy-duty vehicles are employed to reliably, safely, and efficiently move raw materials and work-in-process through assembly operations and transport finished goods through paint, inspection, test, and shipping.
Handling Specialty’s flexible and scalable vehicle solutions are custom-designed to exceed our client’s specific operational requirements and performance specifications. Innovative companies look to Handling Specialty for robust solutions to increase productivity, improve efficiency and enhance safety.
A commitment to excellence and innovation is part of Handling Specialty’s culture. AGVs and MGV cars from Handling Specialty offer new dimensions of flexibility in the age of IIoT 4.0 connectivity and are well suited to supporting continuous improvement efforts for smart manufacturing operations.
An automatic guided vehicle is a portable robot that can be manufactured to any size meant to carry products or parts through an assembly line, MRO facility, or manufacturing plant. Autonomous guided vehicles may also include specialized tooling for specific applications to move these products. They can also include scissor lifts to position the product at a specific height in each work cell. AGV cars run on battery power and can be charged after their shift. Automated guide vehicles follow a predetermined path through a facility and can easily be programmed to follow a different path as a facility’s needs shift without high costs.