Automatic Guided Cart Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Walker, MI

    We invented the AGV in 1954 and offer the most affordable & versatile AGV capabilities. Our AGVs automatically transport pallets, racks, bins, totes, rolls, boxes, racks, etc. in all types of manufacturing and warehouse facilities. Our tape/target/structure-free, ‘virtual path’ navigation requires no floor path maintenance and does not use/require line-of-sight to often blocked building wall references. We are an ISO 9001-certified, US company. Contact us for concepting & budgeting assistance.

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  • Charlotte, NC

    America in Motion was founded in 2007 with a mission to bring customized automated vehicle designs and solutions to the masses. Serving customers in the fibers, paper, automotive, food, consumer products, heavy equipment, and general manufacturing. Our team specializes in fully customizable AGVs but also offers the option to build an automated vehicle by using a simplified modular approach (also known as eBOT).

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  • Hanover, MD

    With over 1700 mobile robotics deployed worldwide and with over 30 million miles accumulated, Oceaneering Mobile Robotics (OMR) delivers best-in-class solutions with the lowest total cost without sacrificing performance. For over 30 years, OMR has been a trusted partner of exclusive brands in the automotive, healthcare, manufacturing, and (intra-) logistics industries.

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  • New Baltimore, MI

    Invio Automation is a leading comprehensive AGV, AMR, and robotics integrator with 10 engineering and support sites throughout North America. We specialize in heavyweight and assembly line applications.

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  • Plymouth, MI

    For over 30 years, companies have turned to RedViking for ways to increase throughput and minimize infrastructure. We are a leading AGV manufacturer, and our AGVs are efficient and user-friendly. Our AGV solutions are cleaner, more sustainable, and require less infrastructure than traditional conveyance methods. We can provide full custom design tooling for your AGV so it meets every requirement of your production process. Choose RedViking for innovative solutions!

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  • Telford, PA

    Fred Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) are built for manufacturing, distribution, and warehouse facilities to improve worker productivity and safety around materials movement, especially Point A to Point B workflows. Barcoding, Inc. designs, manufacturers, and supports the production of our robotics solutions in our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office. Please contact us to discuss your needs and schedule a demo.

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  • Dimondale, MI

    IDC Corporation produces a line of Automated Guided Carts (AGCs) for various industrial applications, including standard product line carts and custom-designed systems tailored to specific customer needs. The various models are built on a common control architecture that support various mechanical configurations, and support operations ranging from simple delivery loops to sophisticated multi-destination routes with “Dispatch” bits that allow the units to dynamically navigate at run-time based on simple user destination selections.

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  • Chesterfield, MO

    Align specializes in heavy-duty, highly customized AGVs with capacities reaching over 1,000,000 lbs. Engineers work with you to develop a custom system that fits your unique application and facility needs. Align has been working with Fortune 500 companies since 1967 to make manufacturing inefficiencies a thing of the past and propel them into the future with AGV technology.

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  • Dallas, TX

    At SRSI - Slate River Systems Inc., we are proud to offer our advanced AGV products, designed to revolutionize your material handling processes. Our AGVs provide reliable, efficient, and flexible automation solutions, ensuring seamless integration into your operations. With precision navigation, robust safety features, and customizable configurations, our AGVs are ideal for optimizing workflows, reducing labor costs, and enhancing productivity.

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Automatic Guided Carts

Automatic guided carts play a significant role in intraplant material transportation solutions, as they are flexible and less expensive than conventional AGV's. Their smaller size also means that they are more versatile. These carts can complete assembly line tasks and are used to tow or carry small parts as well as heavy pallets. The carrying capacity of these vehicles may vary among manufacturers and models, but most are capable of carrying up to 2000 lbs and are often able to tow heavier loads than can be carried. Different forms of navigation, such as lasers and virtual vision, are also used for different models, but the most common for these smaller automated vehicles is magnetic tape and markers.

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Applications of Automatic Guided Carts

Cart systems are a great alternative to conveyors and forklifts, as they are cleaner, quieter, and more easily modified. The carts can easily maneuver within the space instead of the space having to be designed around a conveyor system. Durability, reliability, effectiveness, and precision are qualities that make carts ideal for various needs in material handling. There is also more adaptability with these vehicles. Not only do they provide a fast and safe stream of product to and from selected areas, but they can be used in non-production jobs as well, such as warehouse organization. Some industries that benefit from employing automatic guided carts include automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, food and beverage, and paper and print companies.

Benefits of Using Automatic Guided Carts

One of the biggest benefits of purchasing this kind of automation equipment is that it pays for itself quickly by reducing overhead labor as carts improve the flow of materials as well as the presentation of materials to operators. And because of their flexibility, the inclusion of cart systems in industries like these contributes to continual improvement initiatives. Systems can be installed in as little as a few hours, and modifications can be made to the AGC guidepath quickly to improve efficiency as processes evolve. More automatic guided carts can also be purchased and integrated into existing systems as production grows and handling needs increase. Companies that utilize self guided carts not only see a rise in productivity and a reduction of cost, there is also a significant improvement when it comes to safety, as preventative measures are programmed into the carts. This means accidents and subsequent damages that occur with older, manual methods are substantially reduced with the implementation of this kind of automation.

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Transbotics Sponsors Modex Seminar: Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV) Navigation: Pros and Cons

Charlotte, NC, March 15, 2018 – Transbotics (, a leading North American-based automatic guided vehicle and material handling solutions provider, announces its show lineup for Modex 2018, April 9-12 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. At booth #B-5047, Transbotics will showcase its latest navigation solution, Natural or Feature, to optimize order fulfillment processes, stacking and destacking of pallets with safety, accuracy and reliability. More information can also be found through their Discovery Centers.   In addition to booth displays and the live demonstration, Transbotics will participate in two... Read More About This

Honda Selects Autocraft AGCS to Support Assembly Automation of the 2018 Accord

Autocraft, an Eckhart Holdings company and leading provider of industrial material handling automation, will supply American Honda Motor Company with Autocraft E3500 Autonomous Guided Carts (AGCs) for material delivery in the company’s Marysville, Ohio assembly plant.  “We’re excited to continue to grow and strengthen our long-standing relationship with the Honda team and to contribute to the production of the 2018 Accord,” said Daniel Burseth, Autocraft’s General Manager.  “Honda’s Marysville assembly plant is a world-class operation and the Autocraft team is excited for the continuing opportunity to support their... Read More About This

Transbotics Showcasing an Automated Guided Vehicle for Warehousing and Production Use at Promat Show

  Transbotics, a leading provider of material handling solutions since 1982, will display its automated solutions at Promat 2017, April 3-6 at McCormick Place in Chicago at booth #S-3626.   The company will showcase its latest solutions to optimize warehousing and order fulfillment processes with safety, accuracy, and reliability through its “Discovery Center” kiosks. The AGV is ideal for moving products for transporting goods throughout a plant or warehouse. Transbotics will show how AGVs can add flexibility to most processes in its booth.   To arrange a meeting at... Read More About This