Introducing eve auto as a measure against labor shortages
Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. Ohe Plant.
- To automate outdoor sample transportation.
- To be able to prepare for labor shortages in factory logistics.
eve autonomy’s solutions
Our customer was able to replace the daily task of transporting samples by bicycle with our autonomous cargo transport solution. Going forward, our customer says they have high expectations for eve auto as a solution to fully automate the entire factory logistics.
We have initiated efforts to establish a streamlined in-house logistics system, preparing for future labor shortages and aiming for workforce reduction. With eve auto, we can finely adjust its stopping positions and routes, enabling us to design efficient routes tailored to actual tasks without altering the existing rules within the factory.
Starting from the conceptual phase, we collaborated closely with each department inside our company, including the logistics division, and conducted demo runs before full implementation to ensure safety and address any concerns. Moving forward, we will continue to work towards expanding its application within the factory.
Improved safety through automated transport in a distribution warehouse with heavy truck traffic
Japan Logistic Systems Corp., Ageo Center
Provided automated transport of large, heavy items, such as refrigerated showcases, over a distance of 600 m between buildings
Panasonic Corp., cold chain factory in the Oizumi area
Transport process of polypropylene resin samples Provided 1,800 hours of automated work per year
Prime Polymer Co., Ltd., Anesaki Works factory