France’s Stanley Robotics, and its partner Tramosa, have announced the use of Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) dedicated to moving and storing cars. The partnership’s first project will be at Tramosa’s Creutzwald logistics hub in north-eastern France.

At logistics hubs like the Creutzwald site, both new and used cars are transiting until they reach their next destination (e.g. another hub in the automotive logistics network or directly to a car dealership).

On the compound at Creutzwald a fully outdoor area has been dedicated to robots where they will perform all car movements.

TRAMOSA is a major player in the field of finished vehicle logistics.

Clément Boussard, CEO of Stanley Robotics, says: “This new service will disrupt the Finished Vehicle Logistics industry. We are very happy to be working with Tramosa on its first deployment. The future of outdoor logistics hubs is not just the subject of storage, which we automate, but above all to raise productivity and meet tomorrow’s challenges,
thanks to our full stack solution.”

Antoine Redier, CEO of Tramosa, adds: “Optimising the space, increasing our flexibility and improving the level of quality of our services is key for Tramosa. With this solution, we are willing to improve our competitiveness and minimise the risk of damages by not opening the doors to move a car. In this process, we want to learn from the capabilities of the robots, and share our knowledge of the vehicle handling with Stanley Robotics in
order to get the smoother and most efficient integration of their solution.”

Stanley Robotics is a deep tech company that combines hardware and software to provide solutions for outdoor logistics. Founded in 2015, the SME is headquartered in Paris, France, and is also behind the world’s first outdoor robotic valet parking service at Lyon airport in France