Elettric80, established in Viano, Reggio Emilia, in the 1980s, specializes in the development of automated logistic solutions for daily consumer goods manufacturing companies in the beverage, food and tissue sectors and other diversified areas. In 1992, again in Viano, BEMA was founded to develop robotic systems in synergy with those of Elettric80.
Thanks to innovative technologies and a thorough analysis of customers’ logistic processes, more than 25 years ago, our company was already working on the concept of Industry 4.0: smart, interconnected and digitalized factories.
Our tailor-made solutions allow the management of supply chain activities and guarantee a significant improvement in factory efficiency and in product traceability.
Our main systems include palletizing robots, a wide range of laser guided vehicles (LGVs/AGVs), high speed robotic stretch wrappers (SILKWORM), pallet control systems, robotic labellers, layer picking and repacking solutions, automated high density warehouses (SMART STORE and CRANE STORE) and compact end-of-line solutions (SMART BOX).
The entire logistics flow is centrally managed from an SM.I.LE80 software platform (Smart Integrated Logistics): the conductor that ensures the efficient integration of systems which optimizes all operations from raw material reception to warehousing and shipping.
As of today, we have completed nearly 300 integrated warehouses in various parts of the world and installed over 2000 robotic systems and 4500 automatic laser guided systems.
In addition to its headquarters in Viano, Elettric80 has set up branches in Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, the United Arab Emirates, France, the UK, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Sweden, the USA and Thailand to be closer to our customers. With the same objective, we also offer 24/7 remote and on-site assistance services to help customers maintain maximum efficiency over time.
Our growth can be attributed to fundamental values like the valorization of people, investment in research and development and rapid adaptation to changing market needs.
- Category: Logistics