We have manufactured and installed our 5000 mobile robot, representing a milestone in our history.
Since our initial founding we’ve been exporting to over 17 expanding through 8 subsidiaries all around the world in Europe, North America and South America achieving 5000 mobile robots installed.
Started in 2009 with a vision for news ways to improve intralogistics operations in production centers, warehouses, and distribution centers, along with a team of talented experts in material handling and robotic engineering. We are proud and excited to announce that we have now manufactured 5000 Mobile robots, said Juan Prieto, CEO of Kivnon.
In late 2009, Juan Prieto and Luis Gómez, co-founders of Kivnon, registered the brand and designed their first mobile robot, the K10 model, which was the most successful product in the automotive sector at that time.
Growth continued as global economic tensions eased. Moreover In 2017, the company began it’s international expansion, entering new sectors such as logistics and pharmaceuticals.
Creating Kivnon was a visionary gamble that has paid off. Automating material logistics flows is making a visible difference in all sectors. For example, in one of our applications in the automotive sector, it helped transform assembly plants into open and organized lines, said Prieto.
In addition to this, as digital transformation and the advancement of the Industry 4.0 increasingly bring warehouse and distribution center functions to automation, Kivnon deploys around 1000 mobile robots per year, reaching a total of Kivnon 5000 mobile robots today. There were many factors that drive this growht such as:
- The success of K05 Twister model, which automates the transport of medium loads in confined spaces.
- Expansion of distribution channels.
- Demonstrated commitment to simplifying logistical processes through the applications of mobile robotics.
Constantly attentive to automation trends and the future. We develop new products based on the improvement of our technology to offer even better solutions to our customers, including leveraging the full value of Industry 4.0, AI, and Machine Learning for logistics, said Luis Gómez.