K. Hartwall to Unveil New A-MATE Counter Mobile Robot at ProMat 2023

The A-MATE™ Counter is the newest member of the growing A-MATE product line offered by K. Hartwall and is the world’s most compact AMR truck for pallets and lattice boxes. The A-MATE Counter will be unveiled at the upcoming ProMat Show taking place March 20-23, 2023, in Chicago, IL. Attendees visiting K. Hartwall booth #N6945 will be able to experience a live demo and learn more about its AMR software.
“We are very excited to launch our new mobile robot, the A-MATE™ Counter, at ProMat,” says Eero Heinonen, Executive VP at K. Hartwall. “The A-MATE Counter is a next-generation AMR that enables for efficient handling of pallets in very narrow environments and allows the customer to adjust both layout and processes themselves.”
The A-MATE™ Counter offers maximum flexibility in handling internal transport tasks in production and logistics environments, even in narrow spaces. Some key features include:
If interested in learning more about the A-MATE™ Counter and AMRs while at ProMat, be sure to mark your calendars to attend K. Hartwall’s educational seminar, The Next Gen of Connected Robotics to Usher in the Future of AMRs, on March 20 at 10:30 am in Theater G.
For additional information, please contact: Brittney Graver (brittney.graver@k-hartwall.com). To register for ProMat, visit: https://www.promatshow.com/.
About K. Hartwall
K. Hartwall is a family-owned company founded 90 years ago in Söderkulla, Finland, with local headquarters in Chicago, IL. Today, we create logistics efficiency by delivering innovative solutions, including returnable load carriers, tugger trains, and autonomous mobile robots. We serve our customers on all five continents and in more than 65 countries. At K. Hartwall, we strive to create future-fit logistics solutions that meet the needs of our customers and bolster development in their industries. Over the years, we have specialized in smart logistics solutions for the retail, postal and parcel, and automotive industries.
Source: K. Hartwall