Transbotics Corporation

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Transbotics
Type Privately held (TNSB.OB)
Industry Material handling
Founded 1982
Headquarters Charlotte, North Carolina, US
Area served Worldwide
Key people Claude Imbleau, CEO; Chuck Russell, VP of Sales (704)362-1115
Products Automated guided vehicles, automated guided carts systems, conveyor systems,
Services Engineering AGV/AGC vehicle & system design
Employees 40
Website www.transbotics.com

Transbotics Corporation is a privately held corporation specializing in automated guided vehicle system (AGV) design and system implementation. Transbotics Corporation is a prominent North American automation solutions integrator and manufacturer that specializes in the design, development, support and installation of automated guided vehicle system solutions. Transbotics’ comprehensive product and service offerings include automated guided vehicles, automated guided carts,conveyors, automatic truck loading systems, integration software, engineering services, training & maintenance, motors, scanners, encoders, battery solutions as well as spare parts and a 24-hour emergency support line.[1]

History[edit]

Transbotics was founded in 1982 as the North American affiliate of Netzler & Dahlgren Co. AB, now Danaher Corporation, a Swedish company, to acquire or license Netzler & Dahlgren control technologies and products for automated guided vehicles (“AGVs”) and to enhance, modify, and otherwise adapt them for use by customers in North America. On March 28, 1990, the Company successfully completed its initial public offering. On November 30, 2000, the Company’s license agreement with Netzler & Dahlgren was modified to allow the Company to pursue end user AGV business worldwide on a nonexclusive basis. In 2001, the Company started doing business under the name Transbotics Corporation and officially changed its corporate name from NDC Automation, Inc. through charter amendment in 2002. Netzler & Dahlgren, meanwhile, became Danaher Motion Systems, and it continues to supply proprietary control technology and products to Transbotics Corporation.

The company has, throughout its 30-year history, remained focused on the automated guided vehicle industry.

Transbotics offers a full line of automated guided vehicles and is known for its ability to custom design to any need.

The Company also offers automated guided carts (AGCs) under the name ProKarts(TM). The AGC product line offers lower cost solutions for material handling using tape guidance which is ideal for assembly lines situations where complex routing is not required. Some the world's largest and most successful automotive companies turn to Automotion/ProKarts AGC's for assembly line equipment.

Product line[edit]

Transbotics offers a complete line of AGVs and AGCs with capacities to 300,000 pounds. Standard off-the-shelf models of fork and rollerdeck designs are available as are virtually any type of custom design. Transbotics is known for rugged, proven designs that last in industrial environments. Laser, tape, spot, and ceiling guidance are all available.


Vehicle types include forklifts, unit load carriers, rollerdecks and customized heavy-load solutions up to 300,000 pounds. Transbotics also offers AGC carts, light loads vehicles as well as low-cost tape solutions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MHIA Members" MHIA 2012

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