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Martin Stolze Sorting System identifying, grading and sorting plants (Image supplied by Transplant Systems)
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Robotics leading innovation in nurseries

In a bold move towards technological advancement, Martin Stolze has officially announced its Robotics department, marking a significant stride in the realm of automated solutions.

Building on the collaborative synergy with Crux Agribotics, Martin Stolze’s sister company, the Robotics department is already fortified with knowledge and experience in the field. This collaboration positions Martin Stolze as a strong force in the ever-evolving landscape of robotics.

The primary focus of the new department is to develop robotics applications in tandem with customer needs, specifically targeting repetitive and labour-intensive tasks. This strategic approach aligns with the company’s commitment to providing clients with not just products but holistic and labour-saving solutions. By integrating robotics into their product portfolio, Martin Stolze aims to deliver solutions that are not only smarter and more efficient but also more advanced and comprehensive.

Robotic loading of Martin Stolze Sorting System
Robotic loading of Martin Stolze Sorting System (Image Supplied by Transplant Systems)

As industries embrace automation to enhance productivity and reduce manual workloads, Martin Stolze’s focus on robotics highlights their dedication to staying at the forefront of innovation. The support of Transplant Systems adds another dimension to this initiative, as they play a pivotal role in the distribution and installation of Martin Stolze products. Transplant Systems ensures that Martin Stolze’s cutting-edge solutions reach customers seamlessly. With expertise in supply logistics and installation services further enhancing the accessibility of Martin Stolze’s innovative products to Australian nurseries.

Futuristic robotic arm grading, sizing, sorting and packing tomatoes
Futuristic robotic arm grading, sizing, sorting and packing tomatoes (Image supplied by Transplant Systems)

With this new chapter, Martin Stolze and Transplant Systems are positioned to revolutionise the landscape of horticultural technology. Customers can expect not only state-of-the-art robotics solutions but also a streamlined and efficient process from acquisition to implementation.

To learn more about how Transplant Systems’ is embracing technology in nursery automation, head to transplantsystems.com.au

Main photo: Martin Stolze Sorting System identifying, grading and sorting plants (Image supplied by Transplant Systems)

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