Behind the Wheel is a blog created by Stellana for the wheel industry. Whether you are new to polyurethane wheels or have been in the business for a long time, this blog is a great tool for polyurethane education, industry safety, company news and updates, and much more.
Its showtime for Stellana!
In early March, we will be exhibiting at the MODEX
show in Atlanta, Georgia (March 9-12) and LogiMATin Stuttgart, Germany (March
10-12). MODEX and LogiMAT are two of the largest material handling and
intralogistics shows across the globe.
These shows revolve around the topics of enhancing efficiencies,
cutting costs, and improving the technologies used throughout our supply chains.
Whether you’ve attended in the past or not, it’s not too late to take advantage
of the unique opportunity to connect with thousands of your industry peers
under one roof!
Why should you attend MODEX?
MODEX is 2020’s largest global material handling show in
North America. This four-day convention brings together 950+ exhibitors under
one roof to connect, learn, and meet face to face. If you work with members of
the material handling industry, MODEX provides a great opportunity to gain new
leads, network with existing contacts, and expose yourself to the latest
technologies and trends. Beyond that, there are over 150 educational seminars
take place throughout the show.
Why should you attend LogiMAT?
LogiMAT is the largest annual intralogistics fair located,
conveniently located in the heart of Europe. This three-day event revolves
around material flow and process improvement within every sector of the supply
chain. Similar to MODEX, the fair provides a bustling environment filled with
face-to-face interaction with existing customers, potential leads, and industry
Why do we attend MODEX and LogiMAT?
While we serve several industries, we see ourselves as a
partner of the industrial forklift industry as we supply drive wheels, load and
support wheels, and rollers to the top manufacturers of industrial forklift
trucks worldwide. We are best known for our role in the material handling
industry, but there are numerous wheel applications within the manufacturing
and supply chain industries that complete our portfolio. These include:
Material Handling - Forklifts,
Pallet Jacks, AGVs, Industrial Robots, and ASRS Solutions
General Industrial - Conveyor
Systems and Production Systems
Caster Applications - Industrial,
Institutional, Carts, Heavy Duty
Come see us and learn how we can accelerate your business!
We try to make doing business with Stellana as simple as
possible. With manufacturing locations in Sweden, the United States, China, and
Sri Lanka and a global distribution center in Germany, we are strategically
positioned to efficiently serve our customers throughout the globe.
We pride ourselves on our material expertise as we supply
polyurethane, rubber, and TPU wheels to many of the world’s top material
handling OEs and aftermarket dealers. We prioritize innovation as we find it to
be a key component to fueling our growth. For that reason, every location is
equipped with a dedicated engineering department responsible for R&D,
design and more. Our solution-oriented products are engineered to increase
equipment uptime and efficiency.
Where can you find us?
At MODEX we will be located at booth #2208 in
theManufacturing & Assembly
At LogiMAT we will be located at Hall 10 | Stand
We wish you a successful show and look forward to seeing you
there! If you are planning to attend, reach out to your sales manager to set up
Stellana is the leading global manufacturer of VULKOLLAN®,
polyurethane, rubber, thermoplastic, and TPU wheels. With more than 60 years of
industry experience, we are the material handling industry's largest global supplier
of polymer wheels. Strategically located in Sweden, Germany, the United States,
China, and Sri Lanka, we offer a comprehensive range of wheels and tires. Learn
more at www.stellana.com.
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