IFOY Award 2021
Speeds things up. Safely.
EXH-S 25 IFOY Nominee
The EXH-S 25 is one of 17 trucks and solutions competing for the IFOY Award 2021 this year. Among the STILL low-lift trucks, the EXH-S 25 is a new high-performer in terms of ergonomics, safety and performance. It also features functions and options that are unique on the market, such as three available chassis variants and a built-in pneumatic platform damping system that can be equipped with a built-in compressor. All of these support the user comfortably when loading and unloading trucks, but also on long transport routes. In everyday work, the EXH-S 25 stands out with its compact dimensions, a load capacity of up to 2.5 t and a top speed of rapid 14 km/h. As a result, the "sprinter" among the low-lift trucks masters all tasks ergonomically, safely, reliably and quickly.
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Danfoss Project – IFOY Nominee
The STILL IFOY Nominee 2021 in the project category shows what effective warehousing is all about: For the new production warehouse of Danfoss Power Electronics A/S in Tinglev, Denmark, STILL supplied a perfectly coordinated solution consisting of three automated series trucks (MX-X and EXV), a smart tool called iGo insights which uses the principle of machine learning and optimises the system via the cloud and provides the customer with recommendations for action, as well as the ELOshield safety system, whose components communicate with each other by radio and protect passers-by from approaching vehicles.
Review: The IFOY Award 2020
2020 a premiere took place: For the first time, the winners of this year's IFOY Award (International Intralogistics and Forklift Truck of the Year) were announced online via video due to the corona crisis.
In the category "Counter Balanced Truck up to 3.5 t" the coveted award once again went to us. This year, the Hamburg-based intralogistics company had entered their new RX 60-25/35 electric forklift truck into the competition.
Review: The IFOY Award 2019
Last year STILL won the race with the LTX 50 in the category "AGV & Intralogistics Robot" and thus secured the coveted award for the sixth time since the first IFOY award in 2013.