51 innovations, around 950 participants over six days, daily highlight tours and a top-class congress programme with panel discussions: The IFOY TEST DAYS and the TEST CAMP INTRALOGISTICS came to a successful end in Dortmund, Germany.
Magment team presented, for the first time in public, dynamic wireless charging technology for forklifts and AGVs. Great visitors feedback and certified innovation by IFOY audit are best award for Magment team.
On the grounds of Messe Dortmund, the award organization presented the “Best in Intralogistics” certificates of the year 2022. Representatives of a total of twelve companies got the certificates in Hall 3. Cargotec Engineering, Jungheinrich, Locus Robotics, Magment, NAiSE, Noyes Technologies, robominds, SICK, SSI SCHÄFER, STILL, stow robotics and SYNAOS are allowed to present the coveted seal. This year, the certificates were presented by Steffen Bersch, the new Chairman of the Board of the VDMA Materials Handling and Intralogistics Association.
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The International Intralogistics and Forklift Truck of the Year (IFOY AWARD) recognises the year’s best intralogistics products and system solutions. The aim of the organisation is to document the performance capability and innovative drive of the intralogistics, helping to boost competitiveness and raise the profile of the entire sector in the public arena. The winners of the IFOY AWARD are selected once a year by an independent jury of international trade journalists. The sponsors of the IFOY AWARD are the VDMA Materials Handling and Intralogistics Sector Association and the VDMA Robotics + Automation Sector Association. IFOY partners are Messe Dortmund and the world´s leading forklift attachment manufacturer Cascade. The IFOY pallet partner is CHEP, the global market leader in pallet pooling. Logistics real estate partner is GARBE, logistics partner is LTG. Trailer partner is Fliegl Fahrzeugbau. The headquarters of the IFOY organisation are in Ismaning near Munich. The IFOY AWARD is under the patronage of Dr. Robert Habeck, Germany’s Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection.