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Automotive

Our modular systems were invented for the automotive industry. We work with some of the biggest global brands to support their production processes. The adaptability and versatility of our systems makes them perfect for fast-paced, multi-platform manufacturing environments. They are used at every stage of the automotive supply chain. Applications include component supply carts, ergonomic production workstations, lineside storage racks, specialty carts for handling painted parts and awkward shaped components.

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