Applied Manufacturing Technologies Announces Strategic Partnership with OTTO Motors


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Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT), North America’s largest independent full-service systems integration provider supporting manufacturers, robot companies, systems integrators, line builders, and users of robotic automation worldwide, announces a strategic partnership with autonomous mobile robot (AMR) manufacturer OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath Robotics.

“We have seen tremendous growth in opportunities to provide ‘smart’ material transport systems, especially with the use of autonomous mobile robots for pallet and case handling in warehouse and product pack out applications,” said Vice President of Sales Rick Vanden Boom. “To meet that challenge, we have chosen to partner with OTTO Motors because of their customer-centric culture and leading-edge technology in moving heavy payloads.”

“We are excited to partner with AMT to implement state-of-the-art industrial AMR systems and to augment the automation solutions that AMT offers to their customers,” said Hank Heupel of OTTO Motors. “Together we can provide robust material handling solutions using mobile robots in a wide variety of industries.”

A leader in robotic and guided material transport solutions, AMT works closely with customers in the warehousing, eCommerce, food & beverage, and other industries to provide custom turnkey material transport systems for a variety of types of cargo. AMT specializes in material handling projects, ranging from hardware-based conveyor systems and robotic palletizing to GPS- and LiDAR-based “smart” material transport.

AMT is a specialist in full-service systems integration, also offering engineering services such as turnkey industrial controls, robotic programming, and automation consulting. Bringing together best-in-class technologies and custom automation, AMT provides high-quality, cost-effective automation solutions. Our solutions have benefited manufacturers in automotive, aerospace, medical, alternative energy, fabricated metal, industrial machinery, rubber and plastics, food and beverage and many other industries. AMT also designs customized hardware and software packages to support automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) and distribution center systems integrators, providing unique solutions to speed up and optimize the order fulfillment process for e-commerce fulfillment centers.

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