SICK India to Showcase Solutions for Logistics Automation at LogiMAT India 2024

SICK India- multiScan 100 LiDAR
The New Product From SICK India

SICK India, a known company in the sensor technology domain, is ready to participate in the LogiMAT India 2024 event, scheduled to take place from 28th February to 1st March at Greater Noida. Organized by Messe Stuttgart India, this event is organised for the logistics automation landscape, providing a platform for industry leaders to converge and showcase their innovations. 

SICK, established in 1946 by Dr E.h. Erwin Sick, is a leading provider of sensor solutions for industrial applications, specializing in areas such as factory, logistics, and process automation. The company, headquartered in Waldkirch im Breisgau near Freiburg, Germany, holds a prominent position as a technological market leader with a global reach through over 50 subsidiaries and numerous agencies. Having nearly 12,000 employees worldwide, SICK plays an important role in enhancing process efficiency while prioritizing safety and environmental protection. 

SICK has a history of nearly eight decades as one of the global leader in sensor technology. In 2005, SICK India was established, serving as an important subsidiary of SICK Germany. Over the past two decades, the company has been providing solutions in factory automation, logistics automation, and process automation.

SICK India, recognizing the significance of LogiMAT India, is gearing up to participate actively in the event. The primary objective is to showcase their expertise in logistics automation, a domain where SICK has a dedicated sales vertical. With a focus on airports, ports, cranes, e-commerce, warehouse automation, storage, handling, and mobile platforms, SICK India aims to address the evolving needs of the industry.

As part of their participation at LogiMAT India 2024, SICK India is set to launch two products – the multiScan 100 LiDAR and the Lector85x series. The multiScan 100, a 360-degree view LiDAR with a 3D field of view, has already received positive feedback from early users. Its exceptional performance and functionality make it stand out in the market, eliminating the need for multiple sensors.

Additionally, SICK India will introduce the Lector85x series, designed for code reading and track-and-trace solutions. With a broader field of view and enhanced depth of field, this series addresses the specific barcode sizes prevalent in the Indian e-commerce and third-party logistics sectors.

In addressing the challenges faced by the logistics automation sector in India, Samir Desai, Vice President of Logistics Automation and Sales at SICK India, highlighted its commitment to providing complete support. The company has invested in resources, including skilled personnel, warehouse facilities, and a dedicated customer experience center. This center allows potential clients to witness firsthand the performance and capabilities of SICK products, reinforcing the company’s commitment to customer satisfaction. SICK India’s support extends throughout the product lifecycle, from pre-sales consultations to post-sales assistance.

For SICK India, participation in LogiMAT India 2024 is not just about showcasing products but about reaching out to potential customers, system integrators, and AMR manufacturers. The company aims to highlight not only the innovative products they offer but also the extensive support infrastructure they have in place. SICK India seeks to instill confidence in customers, assuring them that their investment is backed by a reputable German multinational company with a global footprint. 

As SICK India prepares to participate at LogiMAT India 2024, the expectation is visible. With a legacy of innovation, a commitment to addressing industry challenges, and the launch of products, SICK India is set to make a lasting impression. 


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