Raymond Courier 3030 stacker

Raymond Courier™ 3030 automated stacker wins Product of the Year award

Material Handling Product News (MHPN) has named the Raymond Courier™ 3030 stacker a 2019 Readers’ Choice Product of the Year award winner. The MHPN award honors the achievements of companies for their advances in material handling systems and equipment within manufacturing, distribution centers and warehouses.

Raymond Courier 3030 stacker top viewThe Raymond Courier 3030 automated stacker, which can be used in both manual or automated operation modes, was awarded in MHPN’s Lift Trucks & Accessories category. Utilizing Seegrid vision-guided technology, the Courier 3030 combines horizontal transport and vertical lifting with 72-inch reach capability and 2,500-pound load capacity, making it ideal for pickup/drop-off, end-of-aisle and end-of-line applications, as well as conveyor picking. In addition, supervisor software allows an operator to simultaneously monitor and manage multiple trucks from a mobile or web-enabled computer, providing real-time status updates. Equipped with Raymond’s innovative iWAREHOUSE telematics system, the Raymond Courier 3030 provides data-driven insights into your facilities operation helping optimize fleet and labor productivity.

Michael Field, CEO, Raymond Corporation

Michael Field, CEO, Raymond

“The Raymond Courier 3030 automated stacker provides the necessary scalability, flexibility and reliability to address the challenges of today’s evolving warehouse,” said Michael Field, CEO, The Raymond Corporation. “Winning a Product of the Year award is a testament to Raymond’s success in creating leading-edge technology with the customer in mind, and we’re honored to be recognized by industry peers and professionals for our innovations.”

The Raymond Courier 3030 stacker is built to automate a variety of tasks in the warehouse. The standard ITA hook-style forks consistently interface with pallets of all sizes and types. The Raymond Courier 3030 optimizes workflow, increases productivity and ultimately reduces labor costs.