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Movu’s escala 3D bin shuttle wins Product of the Year 2024

Movu’s escala 3D bin shuttle wins Product of the Year 2024

The innovative Movu escala 3D bin shuttle system won first place and received the “Product of the Year 2024” award.

The Movu 3D shuttle system “escala” has been awarded “Product of the Year 2024” by the readers of the logistics trade magazine Materialfluss. After the Movu follow and the Movu atlas, the next family member from the Movu portfolio also received a significant award.

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Votes were cast for products and solutions in five categories, with Movu escala taking first place in the ‘Picking technology”, judged on three main criteria first, that the product is technically mature and available on the market. Secondly, it stands out significantly from its market competitors thanks to innovative features. Finally, the entry offers customers a clearly recognisable benefit.

The award-winning Movu escala is the next-generation, flexible robotic automated bin storage and retrieval sub-system – for even the most miniature applications of bin-compatible products. Robots move along a sophisticated rail track that connects every location point within the dense storage and retrieval rack – from fellow stow Group company, stow Racking – transferring between levels via ramps. This eliminates the need for maintenance-intensive conveyors, lifts, service aisle access and sequencers. Intelligent management software, combined with the innovative rack design, allows the sequencing of bins at multiple points within the system and the goods-to-person workstations.

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Jos De Vuyst, CEO of Stow Group, said: “We are delighted to have received this award and would like to thank all readers who voted in our favour. The award confirms the innovative strength of the Stow Group and Movu Robotics and motivates us even more in our endeavours to develop advanced and accessible logistics automation solutions for all customers, regardless of whether they are starting out in automation or expanding further.”

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Anastasiya Simsek

Anastasiya Simsek started her journalism career in 2016 at Ukrainian TV-Channels: 24 Channel and 1+1 Media. Having worked across a number of different sectors, including news, medicine and lifestyle, she joined the Air Cargo Week editorial team in 2024. To share your news and exclusive insights, contact


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