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Seegrid wins the Modex ‘One Minute to Connect’ video contest third year in a row

Visitors to company's booth could win the newest vision-guided walkie stacker.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
March 15, 2014

Seegrid, a leading manufacturer of robotic industrial trucks, has received the most votes for the Modex “One Minute to Connect” video contest for the third year in a row.

The winning video can be viewed here, and Seegrid will exhibit at booth #7317. Attendees visiting the booth will learn about the latest material handling trends and flexible automated guided vehicle technologies.

Amanda Merrell, marketing director for Seegrid, expressed her excitement about winning for the third year. “Every year we have fun putting together a clever video for the competition that ties into our theme for the show. The theme for Modex is ‘Automation for Everyone’ and we stand by the theme by giving attendees the opportunity to win our newest vision-guided AGV, the GWS35 walkie stacker.”

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